An Alabama man was arrested for a DUI on Wednesday, May 28 and besides his better judgement that was missing, he was also without clothes.
Yes, a naked Christopher Robert Vaughn, 26, was pulled over in Morgan County, AL after he was spotted by police driving erratically on Highway 67 near Blue Springs Road near Brewer High School.
According to Sheriff Ana Franklin, “The deputy initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, Christopher Robert Vaughn, who was not wearing clothes at the time of the traffic stop. The deputy stated the driver was very unresponsive to questioning and unable to perform and complete any type of field sobriety test.”
Franklin added that nine different types of prescription medication were “strewn about the interior of the vehicle.” Two types of these medications included Clonazepam and Lorazepam. Vaughn allegedly stole these medications from a home in Cullman County where he had been working earlier in the day.
Vaughn was arrested and taken to jail with his bond set at $21,000. He is being charged with DUI and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
Cullman County authorities are also charging Vaughn with theft for stealing the prescription medications.
If convicted, Vaughn could face some serious jail and expensive fines. He also may be required to seek treatment for substance abuse issues.
Learn more about DUID – driving under the influence of drugs. Remember, the drug does not necessarily have to be illegal for someone to be charged with a DUI.