And we'll end this glorious day with more fun from the police blotters. Let's travel to the taco-craving land of North Royalton, shall we?
At 1:12 a.m. April 16, a patrolman was dispatched to the Royalton Road eatery in regards to a gray Lexus weaving and driving off the road. The officer pulled alongside the Lexus while she waited in the drive-thru line for her order. She was wearing sunglasses and spoke in slow, slurred speech. Police ordered her out of line, but before she did, she drove to the second window to get her order. She recorded a 0.156 blood-alcohol content and was cited.
And yes, the report specifies that the incident occurred at Taco Bell. Fourth meal!
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