A woman said a vehicle behind her in the drive-thru kept striking her rear bumper. She pointed to a vehicle driven by Stevens, 69, of Vero Beach.
Stevens said he’s never had a valid Florida driver’s license. Deputies noticed he did have an open bottle of liquor in a brown paper bag in the passenger seat.
Stevens smelled of booze, saying he felt “pretty good.”
He said he was drinking Jim Beam bourbon from the bottle in the passenger seat. He said he was drinking at “stop signs.”
“He further explained that he was not drinking while the car was moving and only when he stopped for stop signs and traffic signals,” the affidavit states.