West Central Michigan
The QDMA REACH Program
REACH is an aggressive national education and outreach program from the Quality Deer Management Association that benefits hunters, landowners and deer managers in several ways. REACH is the acronym for Research, Educate, Advocate, Certify and Hunt.
Dave Bopp, President
Jim Blaszak, Vice President:
Meet Bryan Wendler
The 30-year-old was arrested early Saturday morning for drunk driving after he was found passed out at the wheel of a Chevrolet Cavalier that was parked with its engine running in the middle of a Wisconsin road.
Wendler, who reeked of intoxicants, failed a series of field sobriety tests and appeared “dazed and confused,” according to a Marathon County Sheriff’s Department report, which noted that a deputy spotted an unopened six-pack of beer on the vehicle’s passenger seat.
A breath sample recorded Wendler’s blood alcohol content as .19, more than twice the legal limit. As a result, he was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated--the sixth time he has been busted for drunk driving.
Wendler’s extensive DWI history, of course, makes his t-shirt choice a strange one. As seen in the above mug shot, Wandler was nabbed while wearing a shirt referencing drinking and a “free Breathalyzer test.” Though cropped out, the shirt includes an arrow (beneath the words “blow here”) pointing downward toward Wendler’s crotch.
Along with the DWI count, Wendler, who is locked up in the county jail, faces a probation violation rap and a driving with a revoked license charge. He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on January 30.