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|Posted Tuesday, April 3, 2007|
|Man believed to drink, but intoxicant liquid, faster than a fish arrives at DUI hearing drunk|
|By The Associated Press|
YORK, Pa, Apr. 2, 2007. --A man who arrived at court drunk for a drunken-driving hearing was again charged with driving under the influence, police said.
Paul H. Zeigler, 45, of Glen Rock, appeared at a preliminary hearing at the Shrewsbury district court on March 26 for a DUI charge from December.
Police said Zeigler appeared to be intoxicated at the hearing, according to police records.
After his court appearance, Zeigler failed a portable breath test for alcohol and was taken into custody for a blood test, police said.
The second test revealed that Zeigler's blood-alcohol level was twice the legal driving limit and he was charged with DUI, police said.
------ Information from: The York Dispatch, http://www.yorkdispatch.com
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