Drunken dog-seeker collared

Shopping drunkenly for a K-9 companion is never a good idea, particularly when you’re next door to the sheriff’s office.
Sandusky Register Staff
Jan 24, 2014
Huron man Daniel McCurdy, 30, learned this Thursday when he rolled up to the Erie County dog pound with a blood-alcohol content more than three times the legal limit, Erie County Chief Deputy Jared Oliver said.

The dog warden called the sheriff’s office — just a few doors down in the same Columbus Avenue complex — when McCurdy and his mother told the dog warden they were browsing for dogs. They appeared extremely intoxicated, deputies said.

When McCurdy admitted he drove there from Huron, deputies administered sobriety tests, which he promptly failed, Oliver said.

He was cited with operating a vehicle under the influence and released to his stepfather.

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Unassumer

what a dumb*ss