Drunken Man Gets Lost in Police Lot: Cops

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    Glastonbury Police
    Police said Chibuikem Onyebuchi was under the influence when he got lost in the parking lot of the Glastonbury police station.

    Police in Glastonbury, Conn., had to look no further than their own parking lot to find an alleged drunken driver on Saturday morning.

    Chibuikem S. Onyebuchi, 23, of Newington, could not figure out how to get out of the lot, according to police.

    The police department surveillance camera captured images of Onyebuchi driving around the back employee parking lot of the police department for several minutes just before 5:30 a.m., then park in front of the back entrance.

    He told police that he was on the way home from a friend’s house but could not find his way out of the parking lot, according to police.

    Onyebuchi’s license was under suspension at the time because of two previous DUI arrests, police said.

    He was charged with operation of motor vehicle under influence of alcohol or drugs and operation of a motor vehicle under a suspended license.

    Bond was set at $25,000 for Onyebuchi, who is due in court in Manchester on Dec. 16.