Police Say Iowa City Man's Blood-Alcohol Content Too High To Register
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- You know your blood-alcohol content is too high when a Breathalyzer can't calculate it.
Iowa City police said that's what happened early Friday morning when they gave a breath test to an Iowa City man that initially read .467 percent before reading "HI."
Officers were called to 2105 J St., the home of 28-year-old Levi B. Carter, for a report of a man who drove off the road and hit a street sign.
Police said Carter was talking to people in his basement who were not there, smelled strongly of alcohol and could barely stand without holding himself up.
Carter allegedly told police he drank two Bud Lights and admitting to driving home.