Tag Archives: Drunk Drivers

February 2012 Blood Alcohol Championship Series

Some hockey players can’t help but repeatedly be sent to the penalty box. This month’s BACS honorable mention is the drunk-driving equivalent to an NHL goon. David Lakarnafeaux, of Imperial Beach, CA, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving three times in five days last month. Just like in hockey, the longest Lakarnafeaux was kept in the penalty box was about five minutes. San Diego County sheriff’s deputies arrested the 44-year-old around 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, January 22 after responding to a report of a drunken driver in Imperial Beach. According to a sheriff’s spokesperson, deputies found that Lakarnafeaux had walked inside a bar. Apparently, people in there have never heard of “closing time.” Perhaps they cope with the unmitigated flow of illegals across the border with the unmitigated flow of alcohol. Lakarnafeaux didn’t just fall off the wagon; he drove that sumbitch into the ditch. It wasn’t long after …

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January 2012 Blood Alcohol Championship Series

Despite pledging during his 2007 gubernatorial campaign to have “zero tolerance for ethical lapses” by his administrative appointees, Gov. Bobby Jindal has apparently mellowed in his old age. Either that or, now that’s he’s been reelected, he just doesn’t really give a rat’s ass that his commissioner of administration was arrested on a count of DWI and reportedly had a blood-alcohol level measuring more than twice the legal limit. In case you didn’t read it or hear about it last month, Jindal’s right-hand man, Paul Rainwater, was arrested and booked into Parish Prison at 1 a.m. on December 10 on counts of 1st-offense DWI, reckless operation of a vehicle, and failure to obey a stop sign or yield sign. Baton Rouge police said the 49-year-old Rainwater was pulled over on Kalurah Street near Christian Street the preceding evening after an officer spotted him running a stop sign and driving on …

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