Commissioner blames ‘those damn chicken nuggets’ for drunk driving arrest 


A Montcalm County commissioner was arrested in December for driving with a blood-alcohol content almost twice the legal limit.

Jeremy Miller, 40, was stopped for speeding and later arrested for operating while intoxicated after a breathalyzer test indicated he had a BAC of 0.14 percent.

Asked if he understood why he was being arrested, Miller told the arresting Greenville Public Safety officer it was “because I was being stupid, those damn chicken nuggets,” according to a police report.

The incident occurred after 3 a.m. Dec. 18 when Miller’s black Yukon was clocked at 58 mph while traveling east on VanDeinse — a 30-mph zone.

In his report, the arresting officer noted he smelled an odor of intoxicants on Miller. The officer said he asked Miller how much he had to drink, to which Miller responded, “I don’t know, it has been a night.”

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