Monday 3/19

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.08 High Five! – A Pennsylvania man is facing a variety of charges after trying to high-five a patrolman — who had just determined the guy was driving with more than twice the legal amount of alcohol in his system. A Pennsylvania cop pulled over Gerald Decker because his lights were not turned on at night. The odd reaction — and the smell of booze — led the officer to administer a field sobriety test, and discover that the man had a blood alcohol level of .21. The legal limit inPennsylvania is .08. Decker is charged with driving under the influence, driving without headlights, driving on a suspended license and careless driving.

I want $$$ with that shake!  – Fort Lauderdale police said Edwin Walker, 31, jumped through a Burger King window around 6:30 a.m. Monday morning and took money from a register before trying to jump back out. However, employee Tanya Calvin grabbedWalkerby the shirt before he could make good his escape and he was held by store employees until police arrived. Calvin said Tuesday. “It was either me or him, and it was him.”Walkerwas arrested on a count of strong arm robbery. His bail was set at $10,000 and he was ordered to stay clear of the Burger King.

Driving Under the Idiot Influence – An Oregon man celebrated his first legal drink with a bang — which was caused by him crashing his car into the side of a rehab center. Damien Bittar had experienced just 90 minutes of legal drinking before climbing behind the wheel — and then driving off and slamming into the side of a facility charged with getting folks sober. Bittar was busted on DUI charges — although it’s not certain if the “I” stands for intoxicated or ironic.

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