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SC drunk driving suspect tries to conceal breath odor with body spray

SC drunk driving suspect tries to conceal breath odor with body spray

SC drunk driving suspect tries to conceal breath odor with body spray

A driver in Rock Hill, South Carolina was recently taken into custody due to the suspicion he was intoxicated behind the wheel, an article of wbtv.com reported on November 16.

According to reports, Patrick David Butler was stopped by police on November 14 after they spotted him driving erratically while navigating a curb in the 500 block of Heckle Boulevard. One of the officers noted Butler spraying a body spray into his mouth. Butler later told police he had consumed a significant amount of alcohol in Columbia shortly before he was stopped. He was taken into custody after he registered a 0.13 percent BAC and failed the sobriety test given to him.

Though no one suffered injuries in the recent DUI arrest, the lawyers at the Goings Law Firm, LLC understand many people in Columbia have been victims of drunken driving accidents and have to deal with a great financial loss. If a drunk driver caused you harm, call us today at (803) 350-9230 to find out how we could help you obtain compensations from negligent parties.


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