Fla. Teen Cited For DUI For Driving Golf Cart Drunk
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (AP)- A teen was charged with driving under the influence in Pasco County after being pulled over on U.S. 19 in a golf cart.
New Port Richey police reportedly pulled over 18-year-old Steven Lee Proctor early Thursday morning. An officer reported the teen had a dazed expression, slurred speech, watery bloodshot eyes and reeked of alcohol.
Proctor's blood alcohol level was recorded at 0.137 and 0.134 percent. State law considers a person too intoxicated to drive at 0.08 percent.
Proctor was arrested and charged with DUI. He was later released on his own recognizance.
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