First his character gets killed off on “Prison Break” so he is out of a job and now Lane Garrison might have to pay for having his head up is you know what when he decided to drive under the influence. That decision cost another person their life and injured two others.
Police Chief David L. Snowden said investigators have also asked county prosecutors to charge Garrison, 26, with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Investigators recommended that the DUI allegation carry the enhancement of having a blood-alcohol level of 0.15 percent or more. An adult driver in California is legally at the point of intoxication at 0.08 percent.
If he is found guilty he could end up behind bars for 10 years and unless he meets Wentworth in there to help him get out he will probably find himself a nice boyfriend. I will never understand why people decide to go out and get blitzed when they have to drive. For $30 they could have gotten a cab and been home safe and sound.<