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Christopher Reeves Busted Wearing Superman Shirt

March 25, 2014  | 

Photo: Davis County (Utah) Sheriff's Office
Photo: Davis County (Utah) Sheriff's Office

A Utah man named Christopher Reeves was wearing a Superman T-shirt when arrested early today for methamphetamine possession and driving under the influence, reports the Smoking Gun.

The 33-year-old Reeves (seen in the above mug shot) was allegedly speeding and driving erratically around 3 a.m. when Davis County sheriff's deputies pulled over his vehicle.

Reeves, who appeared impaired, was arrested after failing a field sobriety test. A subsequent search of his car turned up a large bag of meth, drug paraphernalia, and the synthetic drug Spice.

Investigators felt the need to point out that Reeves is not related to Christopher Reeve, the late actor who portrayed Superman in four movies. Reeves also presumably is not related to George Reeves, who played Superman in the 1950s TV series "Adventures of Superman."


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TERRY F. ZECH @ 3/26/2014 6:15 AM

Well at least he did not kill someone while he was flying high and driving under the influence. Good job deputies to get this super idiot off the roads. Let's let him dig ditches for the next twenty years maybe he will appreciate his freedom then.

Jim B. @ 3/30/2014 7:27 AM

Twenty years for DUI? Well, I guess that's one way to go with it Terry.

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