Monday, May 6, 2013
Police came upon a vehicle at an intersection with no operating headlights on.
The officer pulled the driver over and asked the driver for his license.
The passenger then piped up and told the officer she knew what he needed but could not find it because she did not have her *%$# together.
The driver was still looking for his license as the female rambled on that she was drunk and they had just left the bar.
The officer also noticed that the driver had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech and he too might be drunk. He also admitted to having two glasses of red wine at the bar.
The driver was asked to perform some field sobriety tests, which he did not pass successfully, according to the police report. At one point he asked if he was being recorded and and when told yes, he said he did not wish to perform any more tasks.
He was then arrested for DUI.
The female was then removed from the car so it could be inventoried and towed. She was sitting on the curb when she decided to become unruly and began using foul language, the report said.
She cussed at the cop and called him a Yankee.
She was then arrested for disorderly conduct.
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