Guy Charged for Driving Drunk and Killing Philly Officer Had a BAC 2.5 Times the Legal Limit

The man charged with killing Philadelphia Police Officer Brian Lorenzo while driving drunk—and in the wrong direction—on I-95 North supposedly had a blood alcohol content of .218 at the time of the incident. That’s more than two and a half times the legal limit of .08. The man is charged with murder and homicide by vehicle DUI. He remains hospitalized and will be held without bail via a bedside arraignment. [CBS 3]