by Mindy Aguon
Guam - A man who fell asleep at the wheel made matters worse when he was woken up by police. 39-year-old Junior Kintoki allegedly fell asleep in his pickup truck in front of the DFS Galleria in Tumon.
The car was on and Kintoki had his foot on the brake. According to court documents when he was awakened by police, his car rolled backward colliding with the officer's patrol car. Kintoki was allegedly so severely inebriated that he was unable to perform the standardized field sobriety test.
He was arrested for driving while intoxicated and reckless driving.
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