This is a David Schepp in depth investigative story!? Don't leave your evening BBC Job just yet! So we have a drunk, being and acting, a drunk!? Boring story!!
"Two days ago, Thomas James Conner and a friend allegedly got so drunk that neither couldn't drive." Oh yeah? Neither couldn't drive...so, you're saying they both COULD drive? Nice job. Great writing.
I feel like I'm being held hostage to all of these stupid supposed news stories. Yeah, I know, don't read them then, but most of them have captions sounding like you're going to read something interesting or important, but ends up to be nothing but dirty laundry.
How can so many people be out of work, yet this idiot had a job?
hey the idiot you are refering to wasn`t the cause of the wreck the drunk driver was if not for the quick thinking of the tanker driver things could have been much worse einstien
driving under the influence a quarter mile away?how do they for sure
"arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants, unlawful possession of an open container"Driving under the influence will be dropped. At best public intoxicated."Police soon found Conner and another man, an unauthorized passenger, walking about a quarter mile away from the truck.""filing a false police report"He didn't file any report. Maybe his boss did (without knowing)
I am still interested in the proof reader position at AOL. Rather obvious either your currently assigned staff is either too busy to do their job, or, English is not their first language.
Has his CDL been pulled while they are busy giving out all the details .....??
That's about as bizzare as a former employee who told a tall tale that got him fired. He had a "Brother" call to say he had been in a car wreck and taken unconscious to an area hospital. Calls to 3 area hospitals and area sheriff, police departments and state police verified no accidents had occurred and no one of that name had been admitted. When asked for a doctors release and an accident report, he stated he had lost the doctor's release and he submitted a forged Emergency Response report from the volunteer fire department as proof of the accident. For some reason he thought I wouldn't recognize his hand writing. Not only did he get fired from his job, he got kicked off the volunteer fire department force and charges filed for forgery and falsification of an official document that he said was a practice sheet I stole off his desk (he didn't have a desk and it was a photocopy). He also got kicked out of his welfare to work program. All because he was too drunk to work.
Neither couldn't drive, huh? Sounds like the writer of this story has had a few too many, too.