On November 16, 2018, Midland County, Michigan Sheriff Scott Stephenson is sleeping drunk in his car on the side of the road (M-66 in Garfield Township, Michigan) in Kalkaska County Michigan, USA. Kalkaska County Sheriff Deputy Ashley Van Sloten is dispatched to the scene, since someone called him in for being slumped over in the driver's front seat of his car on the road side.
This is fascinating because you get to see how someone high up in law enforcement gets treated when they commit a crime.
Sheriff Scott Stephenson initially seems to think he can get out of the drunk driving (OWI / DUI) because he’s a sheriff and they wouldn’t dare arrest a sheriff, but you’ll notice how everything changes when he starts to realize that he may actually be a sheriff in jail. We’re going to analyze body language and breakdown this very unique situation to reveal to you all the insights.
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Now in the comments: Why do you think Sheriff Scott Stephenson drove super drunk? Do you think he thought he wouldn’t get caught, thought he could get out of it if he did get caught? Let everyone know in the comments below.
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