MOTORIZED RECLINER DRUNK DRIVER

In addition to this, vehicles can also be confiscated if the driver has a blood alcohol level over 0. The request was fulfilled but eBay pulled the item from their listings, and the listing had to start anew. The police auctioned the recliner away on Do-Bid. Skip to main content. Anderson’s blood alcohol content was three times over the legal limit for the state. Wobig said that state statute determines how any money from the auction will be divided, with some going to the state, the court system and the police department.

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An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the original chair was made by that manufacturer. The motorized reclindr being auctioned by police in Proctor, Minn. This photo provided by the Proctor Minn.

FOR SALE: Motorized lounge chair used by Minnesota drunk driver | Grand Forks Herald

On August 31,he left a local bar in ProctorMinnesotaafter having drunk eight or nine beers, and crashed into a car in the parking lot. The motorized lounge chair that Proctor, Minn.

Vote for the rabbit-themed caption that has the most magic. Anderson pleaded guilty earlier this month in St. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. La-Z-Boy may have a point.

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Yes, Almost Any Vehicle Counts”. Police Department shows the motorized lounge chair Dennis Anderson of Proctor was driving when he hit a parked vehicle in August But the chair was not the only item related to the incident open for bidding.

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Jorgensen and his wife, Andrea, have no hard feelings toward the Proctor police for seizing Anderson’s motorized chair. Le Canal Nouvelles in French. Anderson’s blood alcohol content was three times over the legal limit for the state. The chair was finally auctioned off successfully for a third time.

FOR SALE: Motorized lounge chair used by Minnesota drunk driver

In addition to this, drnuk can also be confiscated if the driver has a blood alcohol level over 0. Though widely reported to be a La-Z-Boythe chair was in fact not of this brand. The police had simply used the description employed by the media.

There were no injuries in the incident. The proceeds from the auction of the forfeited chair will go to the Proctor, Minn. When the police picked him up, his blood alcohol content was measured at 0.

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The jail time, and half the fine, was made probational. Since word of the incident spread earlier this month, the Proctor police have received calls from media outlets around the nation and as far away as Great Britain. This article is an orphanas no other articles link to it. Views Read Edit View history. Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions.

The chair, which is powered by a lawnmower engine, includes a stereo, cup holder, magazine holder and lights. View the comments for this story. Relax with our favorite long reads of ‘Once Upon a Deadpool’ has fun with Christmas, but is it really religious discrimination?

The correction follows the new version of the story. According to Minnesota law, a “motor vehicle” is taken to mean “every motorlzed that is self-propelled and every vehicle that is propelled by electric power obtained from overhead trolley wires. The request was fulfilled but eBay pulled the item from their listings, and the listing had to start anew.

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