A woman in Tulsa, Oklahoma was arrested on Sunday after she was allegedly driving on the rim of her vehicle with a margarita in her cup holder.
According to Tulsa police, officers were conducting a traffic stop when a woman drove up to the stop with evident damage to her vehicle. Police said that they could “hear her coming from a block away” since she was driving on a rim from a previous unknown wreck. Officers made the decision to end their original stop to intervene with the woman, and quickly determined that she was under the influence.
When asked how much she had to drink, officers said that the woman stated two tequila shots but “could barely stand upright.”
“She did not do well on her SFST (Standardized Field Sobriety Test) and we found a full Margarita inside her cupholder,” the police department’s Facebook post read. “She blew a .21 and climbing.”
The woman was identified as 28-year-old Amy Ann Dillon. She was arrested for a 2nd offense DUI, operating a motor vehicle with defective tires, transporting an open container and driving without a driver’s license in possession before being released on a $2,000 bond.
Police also said that they received a call about Dillon’s car about 15 minutes prior. However, officers weren’t able to locate her at the time. She may also face hit and run charges if police are able to discover what she hit before they encountered her defective car.
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