Police report quote: [Bleep] my [bleep]

October 07, 2013|By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas | RedEye

Where Chicago police officers saw an occassion to perform a drunk driving arrest.  a Chicago man saw the opportunity for a joke, county prosecutors said.

When asked to blow into a breathalyzer by police on Monday afternoon, Octavio Cazarez, 44, told police officers, "Blow my [bleep]," according to the police report. "Wait--your wife did that last night."

Cazarez, of the 1800 block of West 34th Street, was allegedly driving around West 36th Street and South Hoyne Street while drinking a 12-ounce Heineken with the top of his convertible car down when police officers attempted to pull him over, the police report said. Cazarez first sped up his car, running a stop sign, when officers shouted at him to yield, the report said.

Cazarez pulled over on West 36th Street, the report said, where officers saw a 12-pack case of beer in the backseat and an empty bottle on the car floor. Cazarez was slurring his speech and unable to walk without help, according to the report.

Once Cazarez was brought to the police station, he began shouting obscenities at the officers and invoking the nickname of a Mexican druglord, according to the report.

Cazarez was brought to the Cook County Criminal Courthouse Monday afternoon and released on a $25,000 I-bond.

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