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Suspected Impaired Driver Parks Car, Walks Into Police Station

February 21, 2008  | 

An apparent drunk driver walked into a Canadian police department's lobby Saturday after parking directly outside.

Officers in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, were driving by the station on the way to a call when they noticed a man inside. The sight was unusual because the offices were closed for the weekend, although the lobby door was open. Constable Mark Scheck, who was one of the officers on scene, said the man displayed signs of intoxication and police arrested him.

The 28-year-old man has been charged with impaired driving.

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ERTLing007@hotmail.com @ 2/24/2008 5:21 PM

I was working Night shift that night and I have to say that this guy is one ballsy dude. Goes to show that catching Drunk Drivers can sometimes be easier than the Public likes to believe. I mean we actually thought he had struck the Building but thankfully he didn't. The Photos taken for Court will show him parked up on the sidewalk approximately 2 feet from the Front Doors, how's that for Service!!

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