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GREENCASTLE, Ind. — A man who flipped
his car after allegedly flipping off a pair of LDS missionaries was
sentenced Tuesday to one day in jail for driving while intoxicated and
ordered to pay $820 in fines and court fees.
Benjamin Brewer, 24, was arrested Aug. 18 after flipping his silver
Honda Civic near the campus of DePauw University while driving with a
blood-alcohol level of .17, more than twice the legal limit.
Brewer flipped off two missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints seconds before his car flipped at 8:40 p.m., the
university's newspaper reports.
"We were just walking, and he looked back and flipped us off," Scott
Brezenski, one of the missionaries, told the paper. He said the driver
was carrying a cigarette in the hand he used to make the gesture.
The right side of Brewer's car hit a curb and ramped up the support of a telephone pole, according to the missionaries.
"Then the car flipped 10 to 12 feet in the air," Brezenski said, adding that the car then spun and landed about 20 feet away.
There were no injuries reported. Along with the jail sentence and fine,
Brewer will have his license suspended for 30 days, at which point he
will use a probationary license for 180 days. Police said Brewer was not
a university student.
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