Cory Woisin Charged With DUI In Connection With Crash At Casper KOA
A New Mexico man has been arrested for causing his car to jump over a fence and crash as a result of having too much to drink and getting behind the wheel.
Twenty year old Cory Woisin to misdemeanor charges of driving while under the influence, leaving the scene, careless driving, no insurance, disturbing the peace and interference.
Casper police say just before 10pm on Saturday, March 19th, officers responded to the KOA campground on the 2800 block of East Yellowstone for a report of a crash.
One witness said Woisin was driving westbound on the highway when his vehicle veered into the outside lane, then into the campground, hit some sort of ramp, went airborne, and crashed into a parked vehicle near the campground office.
The witness said Woisin then got out of his vehicle and ran from the scene.
Police searched the area and found Woison trying to scale a barbed wire fence, and took him into custody.
They noticed injuries on him that were consistent with being in a front impact crash, found the ignition keys to the vehicle on him, and noted that he smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage.
Once Woison settled down, he admitted to drinking a 12-pack of beer earlier, but said he wasn't driving the vehicle, and that it must have been stolen earlier in the day.
He is free on $5,000 bond awaiting trial.