- Saturday, March 30, 2013
A Quincy man, Paul Robert Phinney, Jr., 27, was arrested for driving under the influence after harassing employees at a KFC drive-through on February 12, 2013.
The supervisor of the KFC on Hancock Street where the incident took place told police that because of the blizzard the weekend before some of their food products had not be delivered. He had tried to explain this Phinney. When Phinney couldn’t have his order filled he became agitated and was verbally abusive to the employees, yelling racial epithets at them.
Police arrived on scene and noticed that Phinney’s eyes were bloodshot, and that his speech was slurred. They also smelled alcohol on him. Phinney refused to take any sobriety tests but police noted that once he got out of his car that he was unsteady on his feet. Read the full story here
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Contributed by Laura Martin