“The trooper observed obvious signs of impairment for the parents and administered a portable breath test for both of them,” the report said. Kirk had a blood alcohol content of .265 percent and McCoy had a blood alcohol content of .184 percent, both over the legal limit of .08 percent in Ohio, according to the Patrol.
“Upon questioning all of the individuals, it was learned that the family planned on going to Cedar Point,” the report said. “They left in the early morning hours with the 15-year-old driving.
“He drove all the way from Columbus until the trooper stopped him on SR 2 near Vermilion,” the Patrol reports said. “The boy stated they got lost and had been driving all night.”
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