DWI HIT PARADE – Justin C. Anders proves he can operate his buggy upside down – with no hands – while impaired – and can still beat feet from the wreck

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DWI HIT PARADE – Justin C. Anders proves he can operate his buggy upside down – with no hands – while impaired – and can still beat feet from the wreck

FROM BEACH NEWS BY ALAN HENNEY – see this week’s edition

REHOBOTH, DEL. – Enjoying the summer at the beach doesn’t have to be that only the beach bums soaking up the sun on the beach as some of the bums soak up the rum in the bars and then hit the road to provide great examples of their stunt driving abilities such as the driver in this story.

From THE BEACH NEWS – After already one bizarre auto accident involving alcohol this season, one can’t help but wonder if there is a drunk-driving problem here in town. Rehoboth Beach police arrested the man driving this Chevy Sonic LT after he struck a Chevy Equinox parked in the second block of Olive Avenue and rolled the Sonic onto its roof around 9:30 p.m. last Wednesday.

The driver and only occupant fled on foot, but witnesses helped police locate him minutes later in a nearby hotel lobby. Police had him step outside where he performed a field sobriety test and was later placed under arrest. He was taken to Beebe Hospital for blood alcohol analysis, but there were no injuries.

Police identified the driver as Justin C. Anders, 39, of Bear, Del. He was charged with DUI-alcohol, reckless driving, leaving the scene of a property damage collision, failing to provide information at a property damage collision scene, failing to report a collision to a police agency, failure to have registration card in possession, failure to have proof of insurance and failure to comply with taking of photos and fingerprints. He was committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in default of $2000 secured bail.

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