Public Intoxication Suspect Brings Whiskey to Arraignment
If you’re appearing in court to answer to a public intoxication charge, it’s a bad idea to show up drunk with a bottle of whiskey in tow.
53-year-old Brian Patrick Felber of Enid, Oklahoma apparently didn’t get that memo. Felber was arrested Wednesday during his scheduled arraignment for the misdemeanor charge after first failing to respond to his name being called, then stumbling to the bench to talk to the judge. As he was being taken into custody, deputies found an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe blended whiskey on him. You know, the good stuff!
Not surprisingly, deputies discovered that Felber was already facing another public intoxication charge, and he’ll return to court on January 8.