Jeffrey Robert Gordon, 48, was sentenced to two and a half years probation in Montgomery County Court after he pleaded guilty to driving drunk with his two children in the car, the Mainline Media News is reporting.
According to the state police, the incident occurred on April 1 at 12:05 a.m. Gordon, a resident of the 100 block of South Whitehorse Road, was driving on Route 76 in Upper Merion with three passengers—his two children, aged four and 11, and a friend—when he was pulled over for speeding and changing lanes without using his turn signal.
When he approached the vehicle, the officer noticed an odor of alcohol and asked Gordon, whose eyes were reportedly glassy and “droopy,” if he had had anything to drink. Gordon replied that he hadn’t, a remark that was somewhat undermined by the wet spot on the crotch of his pants.
“It appeared that he had urinated in his pants,” the officer wrote in his report.
Gordon ultimately pleaded guilty to charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, general impairment, and two counts of endangering the welfare of children.