Live PD: Sleep Driving (Season 4) | A&E

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Officers roll up on a man asleep at the wheel. He awakes, but then proceeds to drive away slowly. Once they catch him and breathalyze him, they find out he’s over the legal limit in this clip from “10.04.19”. #LivePD
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29 thoughts on “Live PD: Sleep Driving (Season 4) | A&E

  1. I was given a medication once ( zopiclone) and the side effects listed a warning that people had been known to drive without awareness of doing it. Lol. I installed a latch on my front door and started the practice of putting my car keys in a drawer for the weeks I was on it. The idea alone freaked me out.

  2. This is why you always place a car in front and in the rear when the subject is passed out. They're often drunk high or otherwise disoriented and the car is more than likely in gear and you can prevent a drive off by just placing vehicles in the right spots.

  3. They set him up smooth… “you’re gonna go to jail tonight” “blow on this we wanna make sure you can drive” LOL I would’ve told nah, I’m going to jail no need for me to drive tonight

  4. The officer parked in the intersection, why not park in front of the vehicle they're investigating in case the vehicle was still in drive? The other officer parked behind him but further away. They could have easily blocked the driver in from going anywhere and potentially hurting anyone including themselves and the driver.

  5. Once you know that the vehicle is in gear, why would you not block it before knocking on the window? I have seen other stops where they pull a vehicle in front bumper to bumper and prevent the driver from doing what this guy did.

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