It's not something you see every day. But the Trumbull County Sheriff's Department in Ohio say they're witnessed during a routine patrol in the county's Amish community.
Deputy Eric Hermsdorfer came across the men while on patrol in the early morning of September 15. When he attempted to stop and question them about drinking and driving, they leaped out of the buggy and disappeared into the woods by the side of the road, according to a police report.
Meanwhile, the horse pulling the buggy took off, but Hermsdorfer caught up to it. The men, though, were gone.
Yeah, definitely not a routine stop.
Hermsdorfer turned the horse over to a local farmer. The sheriff's department has attempted to call the people to come to the phone, according to the report.
The two men have been arrested with the deputy's commands, Chief Deputy Joe Dragovich told CNN affiliate WJW.
Dragovich said: "Drinking and driving laws silently apply to the buggy, even if it's pulled out by a horse and not licensed."
"Maybe there's just that fear of the consequences ̵
Still, he's encouraging the two men to come forward and retrieve their horse and buggy.