Michigan Man Arrested for Alleged Operation of Snowmobile Under the Influence

People may face drunk driving charges when accused of operating even non-traditional motor vehicles under the influence, as a Michigan man learned when he was arrested after allegedly racing a snowmobile down a residential alley in Lansing on a June evening.

According to news reports, the temperature in Lansing was 84 degrees at the time of the man’s arrest. Police stated that the man lost control of the snowmobile while racing it down an alleyway. He received injuries and was admitted to the hospital. Police said they obtained a blood sample from the driver and will ask prosecutors to … read more

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