A man in a wheelchair is charged with drunk driving.
Moultrie Police say David Popper was pulled over next to the Huddle House in Moultrie because he didn't have a light on his motorized wheelchair after sunset, which is against Georgia state law.
When police stopped him in the parking lot, they say they could smell alcohol on him.
Police say Popper admitted to having a 'couple of beers,' but refused to blow into a breath-a-lizer for a blood alcohol reading.
Popper was arrested and faces DUI charges.
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