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64-Year-OLD DUI Suspect Claims to be Racing Home to His 9 Cats

64-Year-OLD DUI Suspect Claims to be Racing Home to His 9 Cats

Big Pine Key, Florida – A 64-year old Miami man was speeding in his black Hummer, driving 110 mile-per-hour when he was pulled over. As the man struggled to get outside of his vehicle, he told the police that he owned a construction company and was in the midst of doing road work in Key West. He told the police that after working for 72 hours straight, all he wanted to do was get home to his nine cats.

The man was asked to perform a series of field sobriety tests, which he failed. After the failed sobriety tests he was given a breathalyzer test, and he failed that too, proving his blood alcohol level was above the legal limit of .08%. Contained in the man's pocket was a prescription for Endocet with his name on it; however, the pills inside the bottle contained two substances that were not Endocet.

After the man was detained, he told the police that in the past he had smuggled cocaine into the United States from Columbia, that he had killed people, and that he had connections to Pablo Escobar. Not only did he warn the deputy that he was someone he should fear, he tried to bribe the man, offering him $30,000 if he were to tamper with the results of the breath test. The 64-year-old Miami man was ultimately charged with DUI, eluding the police, possession of a controlled substance, and bribery.

It is not uncommon for one traffic stop to end up involving multiple charges, especially when the traffic stop involves an alcohol or drug-related offense. When someone is routinely stopped for a moving violation such as reckless driving or speeding, and the police find an open container or controlled substances in the vehicle, or even prescriptions that aren't legally prescribed to the driver, things can quickly spiral out of control and before the driver knows it, they are facing multiple violations all stemming from one traffic stop.

Whether you were ticketed for DUI, or having an open container, or driving on an expired driver's license, we can help. At Golden Traffic Ticket Law, attorney Golden has been the attorney of record in over 50,000 traffic cases, and he is a current member of the Florida Bar's Traffic Court Rules Committee.

If you are facing multiple infractions, we encourage you to contact our firm right away to see what we can do to minimize the consequences of your case. Contacting us may very well be the most important decision you can make at this point in time, thus enabling us to resolve this situation as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible.

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