May 20, 2005

Drinking Stories pt.1

The Police charged the Ronald Pedigree with criminal trespass, public drunkenness and criminal mischief after he allegedly broke into a camper.

Drunken man calls police to help locate him.
Hilltown Police Chief Chris Englehart said Pedigree's sobriety troubles started early in the evening of April 7 with a DUI arrest after Pedigree's car hit another in the parking lot of a supermarket. Pedigree refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test and was taken to the police station. He was charged with driving under the influence and released around 10 p.m. into a friend's custody.

On the way home, Pedigree got into a dispute with the friend. He voluntarily left the car and began walking on foot.

"I don't believe he knew where he was going," Englehart said. "But he decided to stop at one of the homes and knocked on the door."

When the residents responded, Pedigree offered to fix their driveway. The couple refused and assumed that Pedigree would leave. They were unaware that he later broke into the camper parked in their driveway and settled in for the night.

Pedigree woke up the next morning and was unable to identify his surroundings. He used his cellphone to contact police for help.

Englehart said Pedigree could not tell officers at the scene how he ended up in the camper. After the homeowners identified him from the previous night, officers determined that Pedigree had broken into the vehicle.
Seriously, you might consider going to AA to get some help.


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