Minnesota: Democrat, Farmer, Labor boss nails parked cars in DWI rampage; not his first rodeo

From Star Tribune
DFL Party executive director Corey Day has been charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated for a December incident, in which he hit two parked cars, according to a criminal complaint.
On December 15, police were called to 26th Street and Lyndale Avenue in Minneapolis and saw that two parked cars that Day had hit.
Day, who has been with the party since 2011, told police that he was “driving straight down the road and that someone had jumped out at him causing him to strike the parked vehicles.”…MORE


On or about December 15, 2012 at approximately 8:12 pm, Officers Foster and Davis were dispatched toa property damage vehicle accident at 29th Street West and Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis,Minnesota in Hennepin County. Upon arrival, Foster and Davis observed a vehicle with license plate MN058ETL that had struck a parked vehicle which then struck the parked vehicle in front of it. Foster andDavis then contacted a male, later identified as COREY ANTONIO DAY, Defendant herein, who stated hehad been driving the vehicle. Defendant admitted he had had a few glasses of wine and was coming froma holiday party. Foster and Davis observed that Defendant’s eyes were watery and bloodshot.Defendant stated that he was driving straight down the road and that someone had jumped out at himcausing him to strike the parked vehicles. Defendant was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which hefailed. Defendant was placed under arrest. Defendant was read the Motor Vehicle Implied Consent Advisory in the squad car. Defendant stated he wished to speak with an attorney and was allowed use of his cell phone to contact an attorney. After using the phone, Defendant stated he did not want to contactanyone else. Defendant agreed to submit to a urine test, which resulted in an alcohol concentration of .19at 8:50 pm. Checks revealed that Defendant pled guilty in Hennepin County to driving while under theinfluence on 10/21/09 (27-CR-09-42406) and that Defendant’s privileges to drive were revoked for thesame incident on 10/17/09.

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