Iowans Get Drunk to Help Police Officers in Training
How would you like to slam a few beers AND help state police in the process?
Six volunteers reportedly took part in an exercise to help train Iowa State police officers detect drunk drivers.
The volunteers evidently began drinking around 1 p.m. on January 26th at the District 7 Headquarters.
Once they had blood alcohol levels of .08 to .12, officers stepped in and worked on their skills conducting field-sobriety tests.
After the exercise was complete, the volunteers received rides back to their homes.
Where do I sign up to participate next year?!?