Alleged DUI Driver Arrested After Driving Stolen Rose Bowl Golf Cart on 210 Fwy in Pasadena

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A general view during the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2015 in Pasadena. A man who apparently was at the game took off in a Rose Bowl golf cart after the contest ended. (Credit: Pool/Getty Images)

A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of DUI after driving a stolen Rose Bowl golf cart onto the 210 Freeway in Pasadena following a college football game on New Year’s Day, authorities said Friday.

California Highway Patrol officers responded after receiving a 911 call from someone who told them they spotted the golf cart on the eastbound 210 near Lake Avenue Thursday night, a CHP news release stated.

A separate 911 call reported that the cart exited the freeway at Hill Street.

CHP officers tracked it down on Corson Street just west of Hill Street and pulled over the driver, Andrew Aldridge, who was the cart’s lone occupant, according to the release.

The Dana Point man allegedly confessed to officers that he took the golf cart from the Rose Bowl, which earlier in the day hosted the playoff semifinal game between the Oregon Ducks and the Florida State Seminoles.

The vehicle had Rose Bowl stickers on the side, the release stated.

“He took the cart and was trying to get to his car on the other side of Pasadena,” CHP Sgt. Mike Munoz told the Los Angeles Times. “It’s definitely chalked up as one of the new experiences for a lot of people here.”

Aldridge was arrested at around 10:45 p.m. on suspicion of drunk driving. He was booked without incident into the Pasadena Police Department.