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Drunk Driver Concocts a Story before Getting Behind the Wheel

The driver of a Jeep struck and killed a motorcyclist in 2008. After the accident, he gave his driver’s license to a bystander saying he had to take his children home and would be right back. When he returned to the scene, the man told police that he drank two shots of rum at home to calm his nerves.

During the investigation, police learned that the man may have been drunk prior to the fatal accident. He had attended a party where it is believed that he told a group of guests that if you are drinking and driving and get into an accident, you should leave your license at the scene. He told them if they are close to home or a bar, take a couple of shots and return to the scene; no one can prove if you drank before or after the accident, and leaving your license means that you haven’t “technically” left the scene of the accident.

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