BANGOR, Maine — Police received a call late Thursday night from the Main Street McDonald’s that a man was asleep in his car and might be intoxicated, Sgt. Allen Hayden said Friday.
When police arrived around 11:40 p.m. they found an unconscious Michael Campbell, 26, of Garland behind the wheel of his Subaru and “sitting in front of the drive-through window with his reverse lights on,” Hayden said.
Campbell failed a field sobriety test and was charged with operating under the influence, Hayden said. Since Campbell was very cooperative and had his dog with him, he was released at the police station, the sergeant said.
Campbell was convicted in February 2008 of the sale and use of drug paraphernalia and fined $350, and when he was 19 he was convicted of being a minor in possession of liquor, according to prior court listings in the Bangor Daily News. He was ordered to pay a $200 fine for having alcohol when he wasn’t old enough to drink.