“The Supreme Court of Minnesota on Thursday upheld the drunk driving conviction of a man caught asleep behind the wheel of a vehicle that would not start.  At 11:30pm on June 11, 2007, police found Daryl Fleck sleeping in his own legally parked car in his apartment complex parking lot.  The vehicle’s engine was cold to the touch, indicating it had not been driven recently.  The keys were in the center console, not the ignition.  Fleck admitted to having consumed around a dozen beers that night.  Officers at the scene arrested him, and his blood alcohol level was found to be .18.  A few weeks after Fleck’s vehicle was impounded, a police officer tested the vehicle using the keys found in the car’s center console.  ‘Although the key turned in the ignition, the vehicle would not start,” Justice Alan C. Page explained in the unanimous decision’.”