The below is from the Aspen Daily News. Not good.
Wedding shuttle driver arrested for DUI
A shuttle driver working for Snow Limo taking 15 passengers who had attended a wedding at the Pine Creek Cookhouse on Saturday was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence, according to the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office.
Ken Maupin, 53, of Aspen was arrested at 12:31 a.m. on Sunday in the parking lot of the Aspen Chapel by sheriff deputy Bruce Benjamin. According to deputy Jesse Steindler, the passengers sensed that he was allegedly intoxicated. After they witnessed him allegedly speeding, weaving, swerving and driving off the road, they asked him if he was intoxicated. Passengers told police that Maupin’s speech was slurred. They ordered him to stop the bus, which he did, Steindler said. One of the passengers drove the van, with Maupin in it, down Castle Creek Road and eventually called 911 once they were in cell service range. One of the passengers said she saw an empty bottle of alcohol on the driver’s seat, which Maupin allegedly grabbed and tried to leave the scene when they arrived at the church parking lot, but passengers detained him until police arrived, according to Steindler. A passenger reportedly recorded Maupin exiting the bus with her cell phone. No further details were available Sunday evening.