SALISBURY, Md. (AP) — A Snow Hill man is facing a drunken driving charge after authorities say he appeared intoxicated at a drunken driving victim impact panel.

The Wicomico County Sheriff’s office says a deputy noticed that 66-year-old Alvin Powell was visibly intoxicated Tuesday when he approached the sign in table at the event for drunken driving offenders to meet with victims.

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Officials say Powell gave a ride to 34-year-old Jason Lynch, who was required to attend after a conviction for driving under the influence. Officials say the deputy determined Lynch had also been drinking alcohol and later found 66-year-old Ronald Lynch in the car Powell drove, with an open container and cooler of beer.

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Powell was charged with DUI and Jason and Ronald Lynch were charged with consumption of alcohol on public property.

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