A 32-year-old reportedly drove his injured 40-year-old friend to a hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska. It’s a nice, unremarkable story until you find out Jordan Evans loaded the man into the front bucket on a $75,000 front-end loader he didn’t have permission to drive.
Cops say Evans’ blood-alcohol content tested at 0.184%, which is more than double the legal limit (not shocking). He has since been arrested on suspicion of felony theft, fourth-offense DUI, and driving during a 15-year license revocation.
A man was arrested on several charges after he allegedly showed up at the hospital with his friend in the bucket of a stolen front-end loader. https://t.co/Zq0GFnDm3t— NTV News (@NTVNEWS) March 30, 2021