A man was arrested in Florida Saturday after he allegedly struck with his vehicle in a “Don’t Drink and Drive” of the patrol car while he was drunk.
Paul Wilkins, 63, of Crystal River, drove through the cones at a traffic control point in Citrus County, according to the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office.
At the time, were dozens of enjoy the Pirate Fest in Citrus Country. The delegates were warn drivers about the traffic jams in the area.
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Wilkins’ car ran over the cones, and then rammed a detective’s cruiser, pushing the vehicle into a police car that recently was decorated with a “do not drive” sticker.
Wilkins told the delegates that he did not see the vehicle or the hazard warning flashers blink.
The Florida Highway Patrol arrested Wilkins for driving under the influence.
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“He was transported to the Citrus County Detention Facility in the back of the recently unveiled and is now corrupt ‘a cop or a taxi, you decide vehicle,'” the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office wrote in the post. “This man clearly does not choose for his ride wisely!”
No one was reported injured in the incident.