Edina man accused of driving drunk, refuses order to put down burrito

Samuel Edward Waters, 22, is charged with two gross misdemeanors: refusing to submit to field sobriety tests and third-degree driving while intoxicated. Police say he also refused to set down a burrito, attempted to bribe an officer, flipped the bird for a mug shot photo, and urinated in his cell, Edina Patch says.
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Samuel Edward Waters, 22, is charged with two gross misdemeanors: refusing to submit to field sobriety tests and third-degree driving while intoxicated. Police say he also refused to set down a burrito, attempted to bribe an officer, flipped the bird for a mug shot photo, and urinated in his cell, Edina Patch says.

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