MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Police in Chaska say a woman who drove to pick up a relative jailed for DWI was herself arrested for drinking and driving.

The details of the “family reunion” were posted Wednesday in Chaska police’s community newsletter.

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Police said the woman drove to Carver County Jail to pick up a relative who’d been arrested for DWI earlier in the day.

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The woman was herself intoxicated, police said, and jail staff called officers to her location.

When officers confronted the woman, she failed field sobriety tests.

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Police say she was arrested and charged with second-degree DWI.