Man in 'Drunk Lives Matter' shirt accused of driving drunk

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Man In 'Drunk Lives Matter' Shirt Accused Of Driving Drunk

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Police arrested a Pennsylvania man wearing a shirt that said “Drunk Lives Matter” last month after authorities said he got behind the wheel of his pickup truck and drove while intoxicated.

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Newville police released 44-year-old Elwood Gutshall's mug shot Tuesday. Wearing the bright green shirt, Gutshall frowns in the image.

ARREST: On 3/19/2017 at approx. 00:15hrs the Newville Police Dept. observed a green Ford pickup committing multiple...

Posted by Newville Police Department on Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Police stopped Gutshall after an officer spotted him erratically driving a green Ford pickup truck in the predawn hours of March 19. Officers said he appeared to be intoxicated and took the Newville man into custody.

Authorities drew Gutshall’s blood to determine his blood alcohol concentration at the Cumberland County booking center. The test showed his BAC at .217 percent, more than twice the legal limit.

Gutshall was charged with driving under the influence, highest rate; driving under a DUI suspension and various traffic violations.