It really doesn't matter whether the person doing this is young or old, when you break the law like this it's only a matter of time before you get caught and local citizens are paying attention. This type of behavior is irresponsible and just plain dumb as locals in Hallsville, Texas are saying that there is a driver of a Black Jeep that is driving around drinking beer and then throwing the bottles in people's yard after the beverage is finished.

Everyone knows that it is illegal to drink and drive but to do it and then slow down your vehicle so you can throw your empty bottle on someone's yard is so disrespectful. This is the type of situation that you know it's only a matter of time before karma catches up with this person. Hopefully the person is found and held responsible for their actions before anyone gets hurt due to this person drinking and driving.

More Details About The Jeep Driver Who is Drinking Behind the Wheel in Hallsville

The person who posted about this stated that the Jeep didn't have doors on the side, so it was pretty easy to see what they were doing. It also looked like the people in the Jeep were young, but there is no excuse for this behavior.

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This Has Happened in Multiple Neighborhoods in Hallsville, Texas

The first report of this driver drinking behind the wheel and throwing bottles was near Buchanan Road. There was another report of the same vehicle doing the same thing on Cal Young Road. It's good for all citizens to keep an eye out and if they see this Jeep make sure you report it to the police.

These 14 People Were Busted In Gregg County For Driving While Intoxicated

Driving while intoxicated is a problem in Gregg County and across Texas and these people were recently arrested for driving while intoxicated in Longview.

The Gregg County Jail Booked In 50 People Last Weekend

The Gregg County intake office and jailers were busy once again this past weekend.

More Than 50 People Were Booked Into The Gregg Co. Jail Last Weekend

The Gregg County Sheriff's intake office at the Gregg County Jail was pretty busy this past weekend. The cell doors in the jail kept opening and shutting as more than fifty people were booked into the jail this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday.