I couldn't resist passing this one on because you have to wonder exactly how drunk you have to be to pass out in your car at the police station. I know it is still cold over there but there had to be a better place to sleep it off.
Pullman police arrested Washington State University's 2008 starting quarterback for minor in possession of alcohol Saturday morning.
Sophomore Marshall Lobbestael, 19, was arrested after officers say they found him passed out in a pickup truck at the police station.
Pullman officers were in contact with Lobbestael twice on Saturday. The first run-in happened on College Hill when officers saw him carrying an unconscious woman. They took her into custody for MIP.
About an hour after that officers found Lobbestael in the pickup truck at the station. They were able to wake him and arrest him for MIP.
Lobbestael has been suspended from the team indefinitely according to the WSU athletic department.
This just in from the Pullman's Daily Evergreen.
"He was slumped over with a grocery bag of vomit between his feet," Officer Tennant said. A little past midnight on Saturday, the Pullman Police spotted Lobbestael carrying an unconscious woman on College Hill, who was arrested for an MIP.
I loved this quote from a former WSU player that came out last spring when they were trying to clean up the mess over there. It really sums up campus life in Pullman.
"WSU is a hard school to go to, man," Williams says. "You ain't got nothin' to do but get drunk and smoke weed, and not go to class because you're too tired from doing what you're doing."