MAN DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE ARRESTED IN HIS UNDERWEAR FOR DRIVING DOWN
A ONE WAY STREET!!!
Amazingly enough, an intoxicated Arsenio Garcia, 24, was identified on
the 4000 Block of West Potomac. It was not recorded at exactly what time
of day or night the incident occurred, but regardless, Garcia was carelessly
driving a Black 2010 automobile identified as year, model, and make by
Honda. The motorist was spotted by Chicago police on the cross streets
of W. Potomac Ave. and W. Diversey St. It was right then and there that
they made an immediate call for back up.
Following the man, they were quick to discover that the man took a turn
for the worst, driving the wrong-way down a one-way street of the 2900
block of N, Kilbourn Ave. This intersection is properly located in the
Belmont Gardens neighborhood, which had been quiet and peaceful before
the runaway Arsenio Garcia came galavanting around. After entering the
quiet neighborhood, Garcia crashed his automobile into a police car that
was simply there assisting as backup. Amazingly, he fell out of the car
wearing nothing but underwear and socks.
After the disastrous event occurred, officials of the Chicago Police Department
brought Garcia to Our Lady of Resurrection Medical Center. It was there
that he was found by the medical team to have only a few scrapes; nothing
major to write home about.
Finally, the driver was charged with a misdemeanor
DUI, driving the wrong-way down a one-way street, using an alley as a through
street, driving with no license and no insurance, failure to reduce speed,
and of course, damage to public property. Also, thankfully, the officer
in the police squad car really suffered no injuries, but was still taken
to the hospital to be treated just in case.
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