• Police: Drunk driver crashed into ditch, exposed himself to women


    ROCK HILL, S.C. - Police in Rock Hill arrested a man Tuesday night after they said he crashed his car into a ditch, exposed himself to two women and urinated on himself, the Herald of Rock Hill reported.

    According to officers, 57-year-old Vernon Jordan told them he was drunk when they arrived on Fieldcrest Circle, just off of Mount Gallant Road near the Food Lion around 11 p.m.

    Police found Jordan near his blue Honda Civic, which was wrecked in a ditch. Two women who witnessed the crash told officers they saw the car drive through the Food Lion parking lot and then through the grass before it hit the ditch on the other side of the road. They said when they went to check on Jordan, he walked out of the car with his pants down.

    According to a police report, Jordan asked the women for a ride. Both women refused before he asked them if they thought he would be charged with driving under the influence.

    The Herald reported officers said Jordan’s pants were wet with urine and when they asked him for his license, Jordan handed over several credit cards, but never his driver’s license.

    Jordan refused to comply with a field sobriety test, but claimed that he was drunk and should not have been driving, the report states.

    Police said Jordan’s blood alcohol level registered at .31. He was arrested and charging with driving under the influence. He was cited with open container of beer in a vehicle after police found empty cans of Busch Light beer in his car.

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