California Charges Man With Caffeine DUI


By Dr. Mercola Some cases are interesting, and some are downright weird. Reports of a man arrested on charges of driving under the influence of caffeine definitely fall into the second category. It started on August 5, 2015, when Joseph Schwab was driving home from work and got pulled over in Fairfield, California, by Agent Ott from the California department of alcoholic beverage control, who was driving an unmarked vehicle. The agent said she was suspicious because Schwab was “weaving in and out of traffic, almost causing several collisions,” exhibiting “erratic and reckless driving,” including cutting her off in traffic. Schwab was booked on a DUI charge, more specifically, driving under the influence of caffeine. Solano County District Attorney Krishna Abrams said Schwab “seemed very amped up, very agitated, very combative and she thought he was under the influence of something.”1 She added that they were sure Schwab was on something because of the officer’s statement. When the 36-
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