Police: Woman Driving Drunk Nearly Hits Squad Car

CHASKA, Minn. (WCCO) — Police say a woman was intoxicated when she was driving north on Pine Street and nearly struck a police squad.

The Chaska Police officer was exiting the station garage when and was forced to stop quickly in order to avoid a collision with the woman, who was driving without her headlights on after dark.

The officer pulled the woman over after the near-collision and said she failed field sobriety tests. The woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

She has a prior DWI conviction, which means consuming alcohol is a violation of her restricted license. She was charged with third-degree DWI and violation of a driver’s license restriction.


One Comment

  1. Fed Up With All says:

    what the heck – we let them all off easy anyway so why charge her. Give he a bottle of Johnny Walker and send her on her merry way

  2. Dave says:

    Too bad she didn’t hit the judge who let her off easy.

  3. tak says:

    I am starting a repository of these DUI arrests and conviction, if you know of any DUI arrests and Conviction, let me know.

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