Zamboni operator charged with DUI

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A Minnesota man who allegedly drove a Zamboni at a peewee hockey game while drunk is now charged with DWI.

The thirty-four-year-old suspect of Apple Valley, Minnesota was charged this week with four counts of driving while impaired.

According to the complaint, the suspect had a blood-alcohol content of 0.32 percent – four times the legal limit for driving in Minnesota.

Parents at an Apple Valley ice arena called police on Jan. 30 to report that the suspect was driving the ice-resurfacing machine erratically.

According to the complaint, when police arrived at Hayes Ice Arena, the suspect had gotten the Zamboni stuck half-on and half-off the ice.

If you or anyone you know has been arrested for drunk driving, call Harmon, Smith & Vourvoulias right now at 504-717-2093 for a free consultation. Our experienced New Orleans Louisiana DWI attorneys will provide you with the skilled legal representation you need to protect your rights.

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By George Vourvoulias

George is a founding member and managing member of Harmon, Smith & Vourvoulias L.L.C., a New Orleans law firm. George concentrates his practice in maritime personal injury, construction litigation, personal injury, workers' compensation, medical malpractice, and DUI defense. George Vourvoulias's Google+ Profile