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  • LeanG
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    That's not impressive. Now if they were flying a plane and they were that drunk...

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  • Desert DPS
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    Those numbers are incredible. The highest I ever got was a .333. I can't imagine how bad a .74 would be. And .995?

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  • itnstalln
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    Originally posted by co911 View Post
    A staff member at county Detox told me that Colorado's record was .995. Yep, you read that right...
    HA, was their breath flammable?

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  • co911
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    A staff member at county Detox told me that Colorado's record was .995. Yep, you read that right...

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  • TP Dynamic
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    That puts a whole new meaning to the, "I'm too drunk to walk so I'll drive home."

    WOW!

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  • ksadek
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    Originally posted by SRT936
    I routinely see .30+ and even the occasional .40+. The Wisconsin state record for OWI is .74 (and survived).
    So, I'm guessing in a ho-dunk town... or down by me in Madison...?

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  • driven2theedge
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    Worst I ever had was .321 - But the A**hole had a 3 and a 5 year old with him.

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  • (S)Sgt Elmer
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    Originally posted by SRT936
    I routinely see .30+ and even the occasional .40+. The Wisconsin state record for OWI is .74 (and survived).
    This is not terribly surprising - getting anhiliated is taken very seriously here.

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  • SRT936
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    I routinely see .30+ and even the occasional .40+. The Wisconsin state record for OWI is .74 (and survived).

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  • itnstalln
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    I've seen a .7 before, in the hosptial, pt. quite sick but not dead. I remember thinking that takes alot of practice.

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  • ray8285
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    Supposedly there is a .6 BAC at the Type II school in MO. Never seen but I have heard about it.

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  • Bearcat357
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    Originally posted by 10-97UPD
    She is probably a .25 by noon everyday.
    At least..... Probably sitting at the local Legion or VFW sucking them down starting around 8AM or so......with all the night shift folks....

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  • 10-97UPD
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    She is probably a .25 by noon everyday.

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  • Bearcat357
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    Originally posted by TX Heat
    Anybody know how much her bail will be?

    Originally posted by ksadek
    After the April 10 arrest in Redmond, King County jail records show Jarrett was booked at 4:54 p.m. and released after posting $500 bail at 8:16 p.m.

    After the April 11 arrest, Jarrett first was taken to Evergreen Hospital, where she had to be restrained with soft wrist restraints and was combative, according to a Patrol report.
    She then was booked into the King County jail at 5:43 p.m. and released after posting $500 bail at 12:48 a.m. last Thursday, jail records indicate.

    Both arrests now have been combined into a single prosecution, with her arraignment on the two DUI charges set for 8:45 a.m. Monday in the Redmond Courthouse of King County District Court.
    Looks like she posted 1K (500 after each arrest) and is out on bond......

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  • Bearcat357
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    Originally posted by ksadek
    registered a 0.47 percent blood-alcohol reading.
    Hmmm.....something to shoot for during Police Week this year.....


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