Chicago Man Found Sleeping in SUV, Charged with DUI, Urinates on Police Station Floor

Santa Ana Zuloaga-Compuzano, 30, was charged with aggravated driving under the influence and additional traffic offenses after Chicago police allegedly found him sleeping behind the while of his SUV.

Early Sunday, police reportedly found Compuzano’s SUV stopped in the median of 115th Street at South Doty Avenue in the Riverdale neighborhood. He allegedly admitted to drinking eight beers, three shots of tequila and three shorts of cognac. Empty beer cans were also found in the vehicle according to police reports. When approached by police officers, Campuzano allegedly stared into space, belched, laughed and slurred incoherently.

Compuzano refused the breath test at the Columet District police station where according to prosecutors he urinated on the floor, sang loudly and played an imaginary piano. He was held Sunday on $10,000 bail.

Chicago man urinated on police station floor and played air piano after alleged DUI, police say,, January 30, 2012
Drunk Man Urinated on Floor of Police Station, Found Sleeping in SUV: Cops,, January 30, 2012

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