Amy Ann Dillon, Tulsa, Oklahoma woman arrested after driving on car rim and drink driving with BAC nearly three times over the legal limit.
Also making her tabloid debut is Tulsa, Oklahoma woman, Amy Ann Dillon after the 28 year old femme fatale was pulled over this weekend driving her vehicle on a car rim along with being fully loaded on tequila.
Tulsa Police busted the incapacitated (do you suppose…) driver Sunday morning driving with a margarita in her cup holder — but no tire on a rim of her car.
According to a released police statement, notice of Dillon’s fantastic adventures came as patrolling officers heard the car’s metal rim grinding on the asphalt- with cops saying they could hear the ‘screeching’ car from a block away.
Dillon drove past the officers on the rim and was arrested as she turned into an apartment complex, authorities said.
When asked how much alcohol she had to drink, the woman — who police say “could barely stand upright” — told officers she had two shots of tequila.
That’s when cops discovered a full margarita in the cup holder of Dillon’s car.
Police said they believe she ‘wrecked her car on something’ prior to the arrest and ‘assume she was driving on [the metal rim] for some time.’
A breathalyzer later determined our collective hero having a .21 blood-alcohol level.
The legal maximum blood alcohol level in Oklahoma is .08.
Dillon was booked at David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center, where she grinned for memorable mugshot.
The woman now faces charges for DUI, operating a motorized vehicle with defective tires, transport of an open container, and driving without a license in possession.
More charges could be filed against Dillon if authorities discover she was involved in a collision.
Dillon works as a waitress to put herself through school, according to social media, where one of her patrons defended her.
‘She’s been a server at restaurants my husband and I have frequented for years,’ a local resident — identified as Brooke Nicole — commented on the police Facebook page. ‘She’s not a bad person, she made a mistake… I look forward to (hopefully) seeing her back at work soon and pursuing her education.’