Man Gets DUI in VT After Drunk Driving on Lawn of AA Co-Founder

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Donald Blood, of Massachusetts, was arrested for a DUI in Dorset, VT when he drove onto the lawn of Bill Wilson, one of the co-founders of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Bill Wilson (also known as Bill W. until his obituary published his real name) co-founded Alcoholic Anonymous in 1935 with Dr. Bob Smith. Wilson’s house in Dorset, VT is still utilized for AA meetings.

Blood was under the impression he had pulled into a parking lot when police arrived to the scene. However, he was actually on the lawn of Bill Wilson’s birthplace.

Donald Blood will have to appear in court in January. The consequences for a first DUI in Vermont include possible jail time, license suspension and the possible installation of an ignition interlock.

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