A Drunk Driver's "Suspicious Vehicle" Had No Doors, No Plates, and an Ax Embedded in the Roof

A 21-year-old drunk driver in Upstate New York got pulled over on Monday after the cops saw him driving a car with no license plates, no doors, no windshield . . . and an AX embedded in the roof.

When the officers pulled him over and started a field sobriety test he performed poorly. He was arrested and charged with driving while impaired by the combined influence of drugs and alcohol, no license plates, unregistered and uninspected motor vehicle, operating without insurance, no front windshield and no safety glass.


No doors, no windshield and ax in roof trouble to Java man

WETHERSFIELD - The call came in as a report of a "suspicious vehicle." You think? When Wyoming County Sheriff's deputies responded to the report of the car on Youngers Road late Monday afternoon, they found it at the intersection of Wethersfield Road, a car with no license plates, no doors and no windshield.