A Bibb County sheriff’s deputy smelled alcohol and asked the driver of a wrecked Honda Accord if he’d been drinking. The driver, 62, “staggered around as he spoke,” the deputy’s write-up of the Sept. 3 wreck noted. “Yes,” the man answered, “about three beers.” The man’s car had crashed into another car near the intersection of Brentwood and Montpelier avenues, about five blocks west of Pio Nono Avenue. It was almost midnight. The deputy asked how long it’d been since the driver had imbibed. “About two hours,” the man said. The deputy asked what kind of drinks he’d had. “Colt 45 malt liquor,” the man replied. To which the deputy asked, “What size?” Twenty-four-ouncers, the man said. Then the cop asked him if he felt like he was drunk. That’s when, according to the deputy’s report, the man “went into a slurred conversation about watching Judge Judy and that I should ask him if he was drunk.” So the deputy did: “Are you drunk?” “No,” the man said, agreeing to take some sobriety tests. The deputy noted that the man had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and unbuckled pants. After refusing to do a one-legged stand, the man said, “If you gonna take me to jail, then take me.” He was arrested for DUI.