Sioux Falls man arrested after driving over USF soccer field
A Sioux Falls man was arrested for DWI after he was caught driving on the University of Sioux Falls soccer field.
The call came in just before 1 am Friday when USF security guard saw someone driving a 2008 Jeep Patriot through a locked gate at the USF soccer field near 69th Street and Cleveland Avenue. The security guard says the driver drove across the field and out through another locked gate.
Police estimate that $1,000 damage was done to the gates, but police did not know how much damage was done to the field.
The security guard provided a description of the vehicle to police. An officer spotted the vehicle in the area of 49th Street and Southeaster Avenue and conducted a traffic stop.
A man was driving the vehicle and two 19-year-old women were passengers. Inside the vehicle police found at least two mailbox doors.
Ryder Carmichael, 20, was arrested for DWI-1st offense and intentional damage to property. One of the women passengers was charged with underage consumption; the other was not charged.
Sunday, April 20 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-04-21 02:30:09 GMT
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