Buckle Up, Grandma’s Drunk

8/12/2022 [Yulee, FL] 

Officers were dispatched in reference to a Cadillac Escalade driving recklessly. Dispatch advised the vehicle was unable to maintain a single lane, ran into a rub, and was driving with its windshield wiper on during clear weather. After getting behind the vehicle, the officer observed the vehicle run onto the white fog line multiple times and drove into the opposite lane, nearly causing an accident. The officer initiated a traffic stop - the vehicle pulled off the roadway, almost going into the ditch, then continuing further, nearly until the middle of the next intersection.  After making contact with the driver, the officer observed two young children in the backseat of the vehicle. The driver was unable to complete a full sentence and struggled to remember words. She denied any medical conditions and denied any alcohol / RX consumption. Thankfully, this incident did not end with an ambulance. 

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