Washington v. Hood
By Division Two Court of Appeals of Washington
- Release Date - Published: 1979-09-07
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: Division Two Court of Appeals of Washington
Washington v. Hood Division Two Court of Appeals of Washington read online review & book description:
During the early afternoon of April 7, 1977, defendant, Douglas W. Hood, walked into a grocery store in Sequim, with a partially consumed bottle of whiskey in his hand. Seeing the bottle, a store employee asked defendant to take the bottle outside. The defendant refused. The store employee repeated his request but defendant, who had become belligerent, again refused. At this point a uniformed state patrol officer entered the store. Upon seeing the officer, defendant turned and walked out of the store to his car which was parked in the store parking lot. At his car, defendant drank the remaining whiskey and then, leaning down, rolled the bottle under his car in the direction of a friend.
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