Segway driver sues over multiple DWIs after court rules it isn't a crime
A Medina man who successfully warded off repeat drunken-driving charges for riding his Segway while intoxicated is now suing the city and its police department, saying that his repeat arrests were tantamount to harassment because they knew his actions were not illegal.
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