Florida Man With Vodka Bottle Down Pants, Drives on Golf Course, Takes Out Stop Sign, Refuses Breathalyzer
Florida Man Maximilian Xavier Beyrent, 28, of Naples, got a free pair of bracelets and took the ride to the Marceno Motel, aka the Lee County Jail, again after being caught allegedly driving drunk, driving over golf courses, leaving the scene of an accident, and refusing a breathalyzer test.
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A witness called the Lee County Sheriff’s office to report that a car was driving recklessly in the area. The witness said that a small red vehicle drove erratically and jumped curbs.
Naples man Maximilian Beyrent, 28, was driving a red Toyota Corolla when he illegally entered a gated community and began heading toward people. According to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, the car was hopping curbs, driving onto the sidewalk, and even driving onto a golf course.
While police were searching for the car at its last known position, the sheriff’s office received another 911 call regarding the suspect vehicle, a red Toyota Corolla on the golf course. It was now reported that the car was in a crash.
Upon arrival at the scene, Lee County deputies found the suspect vehicle at the intersection of Brandy Wine Circle S. and Winkler Road with the bumper damaged and falling off and a busted windshield. A stop sign was knocked down, damaged, and thrown across the street.
Beyrent was slumped over in the driver’s side of the vehicle. He mumbled when responding to law enforcement, and according to the report, Beyrent smelled of the impurities of alcohol, and his eyes were watery and bloodshot.
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After refusing to obey the lawful commands of the deputies to step out of the vehicle, deputies had to unbuckle Beyrent themselves and move his body weight to place him in handcuffs, then pull him out of the car.
Beyrent was searched, and deputies found a bottle of “Skol Premium” vodka shoved down his pants.
Beyrent began to call law enforcement profanities and became unruly, which led to him being placed under an observation period. He was transported to Lee Memorial Hospital, where he was medically cleared. Unfortunately, law enforcement officers can’t take drunks to jail if they’re too drunk.
Beyrent was then transported to the Lee County Jail, where he was charged with Driving under the Influence, DUI property damage, leaving the scene of a crash, and refusing to submit to a BAL test. He is being held on a $5,000 bond and has not posted a bond yet.
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Max is no stranger to law enforcement or alcohol. His mugshot appears no less than four times on the mugshot search website. Max has had several arrests for charges such as resisting an officer without violence, driving under the influence, possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal mischief, and possession of alcohol by a person under 21.
Beyrent’s next court appearance is scheduled for February 27th.
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