When I saw the headline in yesterday's Wisconsin State Journal, I mainly glanced at the article to make sure it wasn't talking about anyone I know. Unfortunately, multiple DUIs in a short period of time is not so unusual in Wisconsin; I see stories like that on a regular basis.
However, some of the details really set this one apart. David Dull had a blood alcohol level of .434%. At Noon. On a Wednesday. That takes some serious drinking. Five days later, he was busted after driving away from a liquor store with a blood alcohol level of .382%. At 3:30 on a Monday afternoon. Clearly, he needed to buy liquor, since his BAL was under .40%
I assume that Mr. Dull is unemployed. If there was ever a candidate for involuntary commitment to a rehab facility, it's this guy.