Many arrested on the streets of New York may call their parents or another family member to come get them out of jail. If someone is arrested for a DWI, they will likely be held in jail until someone sober can retrieve them. For one father, his attempt to pick up his daughter after she was charged with a DWI ended with him facing a similar DWI charge.
The man's 36-year-old daughter was arrested on an apparent DWI charge. Police apparently arrested her as the result of her blood alcohol content being above the legal limit for driving -- .11 percent. She was then taken to the city's jail where she was told she would be released not long after her arrival.