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Suspected flirt charged with drunken driving

Robert Hinett apparently picked the wrong time and the wrong place for some flirting Friday night in Le Roy.

A passing police officer reports that at 11:30 p.m. he observed Hinett inside a convenience store on Lake Street staggering around and then go behind the counter toward the female clerk.

The officer entered the store and the clerk informed him that the man in the store seemed to be intoxicated and had tried to kiss her even as she tried to thwart his advances.

Upon further investigation, the officer determined that that 25-year-old resident of Montclair Avenue, Batavia, allegedly drove to Le Roy intoxicated.

Hinett was charged with one count of felony drunken driving and refusal to take a breath test. He was arraigned and released under supervision of Genesee Justice.

Doug Yeomans
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Shock and awe

barb king
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"Prison Practice Face" Just in case.

Richard Richmond II
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No doubt from his shocked expression in the photo Romeo was thinking “Awe S#!T.

John Woodworth JR
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Maybe he wants to suck face with the camera. However I think Barb may be right though, he looks like he was being violated.

Lorie Cook
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Could have been the whiskey, might have been the gin, coulda been the three or four six packs I don't know but look at the mess I'm in. My head is like a football. I think I am gonna die. Tell me me oh me oh my wasn't that a party.

Whomever took that pic musta been chuckling.

Raymond Richardson
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Chuckling? I would think they were rolling on the floor, peeing their pants big time!

Aaron Henning
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Looks like a stellar young man. Im pretty sure even a novice attorney will get a client off a DWI charge when he wasn't behind the wheel.

Lincoln DeCoursey
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Good point Aaron but we'll see. There may be an admission or, especially as it was a convenience store and the clerk was involved, a witness statement and/or videotape.

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