KEY POINTS

  • Underage men reportedly driving horse and buggy around, tossing beer cans from the buggy
  • Provided false information about age to responding officer
  • Released on $3,500 bond, each, on Monday

Four Michigan men under the age of 21 have been arrested for allegedly driving a horse and buggy while intoxicated.

The men were caught driving around Beaverton, Michigan, with the horse and buggy cart around 4 p.m. Sunday. A motorist reportedly called the Gladwin County Sheriff’s Office, complaining about the men that were slowing down traffic and tossing beer cans from the buggy.

An officer arrived shortly after and forced the men to stop the buggy. The four men reportedly refused to provide their names and gave false information about their ages to the officer.

Another officer checked out the buggy and reportedly found several opened and unopened containers of beer inside the buggy, prompting sobriety tests on the men. All four were found to be intoxicated and immediately taken into custody.

The men were later identified as Levei Mast, 20, Andrew Zook, 19, Joseph Miller, 20 and Joseph Troyer, 19. They are all facing charges of felony obstruction of justice, disorderly person and issued civil infractions for minors in possession of alcohol.

The four men were transported to Gladwin County Jail, but were released on Monday on $3,500 bond, each.