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DUI Suspect Tries To High Five Pa. Officer

March 05, 2012  | 

A Tyrone, Pa., police officer turned away a "high five" from a drunk-driving suspect he flagged down for driving without headlights, reports the Altoona Mirror.

Officer Adam Bonsell contacted Gerald Decker, 27, at 1:20 a.m. on Feb. 19 when he observed Decker driving without headlights. Decker allegedly said, "Thanks, buddy," and tried to high five the officer, who instead gave him several field sobriety tests.


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