Washington: State Patrol reports boozing DUI teen’s Toyota turnover totaled

Washington State Patrol old car

Washington State Patrol old car


01/22/2016  –Washington State Patrol reports that Trooper D. Wilkes is investigating a crash that took place at 9:44 pm on Jan. 21, 2016 two miles north of East Wenatchee in Douglas County, Washington.

A boy, 16-years-old, was reported by the Trooper to have been consuming alcohol and is being charged following a trip to Central Washington Hospital. 

The boozing teenager was operating a black 2015 Toyota Camry at a high rate of speed eastbound on State Route 2, according to the State Patrol, when a combination of inexperience behind the wheel combined with an abundance of stupidity fueled by booze caused him to strike a Jersey barrier. The booze cruise continued as the Toyota traveled on its roof for a distance before coming to a stop.  The upside down Toyota Turnover then blocked traffic.

The Washington State Patrol reports that the makeover given the Toyota Turnover was complete, leaving the owner of the vehicle without wheels as it was totaled.