A few flashing police lights couldn’t stop a Sandusky motorist from ordering food Monday at the Perkins Avenue Burger King.
In the end, Scott Sims, 34, didn’t get the fast food he so desperately hoped for, according to a police report. He was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence, speeding, open container and driving under suspension.
Perkins police spotted Sims’ Jeep speeding down Perkins Avenue at about 1 a.m., so they flipped on their lights and gave chase. The Jeep pulled into Burger King’s drive-through.
“The operator was observed to have his window down and to be placing an order with the restaurant,” the report said. “I ordered the subject two times over my PA system to pull out of the drive through line.”
An officer jumped from his cruiser and arrested Sims, who admitted he was “(expletive) up,” the report said. “I should have just rode my bike to Burger King but I was too hungry,” Sims told police. He refused to submit to a breathalyzer test.