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18-Year-Old Man Wearing Breathalyzer Costume Arrested for DUI

Posted in Drunk Driving

An 18-year-old man wearing a breathalyzer costume was arrested on Halloween night on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.

According to a police report, James P. Miller of Cincinnati, Ohio, was seen driving the wrong way out of the entrance to a one-way street at East Park Place in Oxford.

Officers stopped him and found that Miller was wearing a breathalyzer costume. After investigation, Miller was found to be intoxicated, and his blood-alcohol was .158 percent, nearly twice the legal limit.

Inside his car, officers allegedly found an open container of Bud Light in the center console.

Officers also found what was left of a case of Bud Light in the passenger side front seat and in the trunk. After checking his wallet, police found multiple Ohio IDs.

Miller was arrested and transported to the police station, where he consented to take a blood-alcohol-content test. He was cited for driving while intoxicated, driving with an open container, possessing a fake I.D., and a one-way street violation.