SEC! SEC! SEC!
This is a good Spring Break story from the drunk University of Florida student president-elect who ended up in Key West pushing over motorcycles and he told cops he had no idea how he ended up in Key West pushing over motorcycles. William Smith Meyers has a Spring Break story for the ages. You have no idea how you ended up in Key West? That’s a long way to go with know idea how you got there.
Mr. Meyers “told police people did not know how to ride bicycles in Key West and made no sense due to being very drunk, according to the arresting officer.”
A resident early Tuesday morning called 911 after going outside to investigate loud noises only to find Meyers shoving parked scooters and motorcycles to the pavement in the 400 block of William Street, police said.
Meyers got on several of the motorbikes but when he could not get them started he “became upset and pushed them over,” the resident said.
Two black Harley-Davidsons had scratches on the right-side handlebars and one belonging to a Michigan man also had fresh scratches on its saddlebag. The other bike was owned by an Ohio man.
Galbo left his business card on each bike in an effort to reach the owners and arrested Meyers on suspicion of misdemeanor criminal damage between $200 and $1,000.
Ahh, but this likely won’t end up on Meyers record because Key West cops know college kids will do some dumb shit on Spring Break.
Despite being reportedly drunk in public, Meyers was not arrested on an alcohol-related charge. In an interview with the Gainesville Sun, Key West Police spokesperson Alyson Crean said officers in the island city try to exercise discretion when considering charges against college students who visit for Spring Break.
“We don’t want to ruin this kid’s life for knocking over a couple of bikes,” Crean told the Sun.