Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
In an article by WOWT Channel 6, Omaha, NE, it was reported in Man Arrested For Drunk Driving Without Starting Car, that a man, Matt Sullivan, was arrested for drunk driving but he didn't even start his car. A bartender, Sue Campbell told him to hand over his keys before he went to his car parked in the bar parking lot.
"I didn't drive home, just fell asleep," Sullivan says. "I couldn't drive because the bartender had my car keys."
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According to Man Arrested For Drunk Driving Without Starting Car, Three hours later, Bellevue police officers told Sullivan to get out of his car. He refused to take a breath test and was arrested for drunk driving even though there was no key in the ignition.
"They believed that the keys were observed on the passenger seat next to the driver were the keys to the vehicle," says Laurie Synowiecki with Bellevue Police.
The police was fooled because older model cars use separate keys for unlock the door and starting car. Sullivan says the key that was on his passenger seat would only unlock the car. He says that proves he wasn't drunk driving.
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