That’s when the state trooper who had planned on handling the crash report “suspected that he [Ruffner] was under the influence of alcohol,” according to the state police. Ruffner failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving while under the influence, after which he admitted to police that he had been drinking alcohol before the crash. Oh, and Ruffner’s license was suspended. OH, and that Chevy he drove to the police station? Not the car that was involved in the crash he was reporting.
Anyway, don’t drive drunk. Also, don’t drive drunk to police stations.