In Norfolk, a man was arrested based on charges of driving under influence of the alcohol. The arrest happened in early Thursday morning and this was driver’s third offense.

Captain Mike Bauer stated that man called Kyle Sohl, age 31, has been pulled over the road at 12:32 a.m. because he had a suspicious license plate.

When they stopped him, police officers could smell alcohol coming from the driver. Based on their suspicion, that he was driving under influence and they obligated him to perform field sobriety maneuvers and to perform a preliminary breath test.

At the end of investigation, they arrested Sohl because he was driving under influence, which was his third offense and because he didn’t have proper operator’s license. Sohl was taken in the Norfolk City Jail and later he was released on monetary bond.

These type of cases have been occurring all the time and the law is extremely strict with the regulations and penalties.

The driver of any kind motor vehicle isn’t allowed to drive under influence of alcohol or any type of illegal substances.
Thereis a shocking fact regarding this matter. For example:
An average driver will drive eighty times under the influence of alcohol before his first arrest is made.

In U.S. every 51 minutes one person is killed due to drunk driving. When we calculate, it’s 27 persons per day.
The driver who is under 21, mustn’t have alcohol in his blood, but unfortunately large number of drivers disobey this regulation.
Every 120 seconds, person is injured in drunk driving accident.
75% of people whose license was taken away due to drunk driving, continue to drive without it, illegally.

read more have high rate in defending drivers under influence.
Teenagers who begin consuming alcohol in early age of their life have seven times bigger chance to be involved in car crash.