HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – An Essex County man faces multiple charges after he’s found passed out in his vehicle with a blunt hanging out of his mouth in Hanover Township.
On April 13, township police responded to the QuickChek on South Jefferson Road for a report of a man passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle, police said.
Upon arrival, an officer located the vehicle and observed the driver, who was identified as Larry Zhou, 37, from Livingston, slumped over the wheel with a blunt hanging out of his mouth, police said.
After several attempts at waking Zhou up, he finally woke and was disoriented and confused. He was asked to perform field sobriety tests which resulted in him being arrested, police said.
Zhou was charged with prescription legend drugs possession without a script and issued summons for driving while intoxicated, parking in a handicapped spot, obstruction of windshield and was charged with prescription legend drugs possession without a script. He was released to a friend pending a court appearance.