Holmes Seaside police arrested Palmetto resident Autumn Toby, 29, Jan. 10 on a second-degree misdemeanor for driving drunk.
An officer noticed a motorist, later recognized as Toby, drive by an intersection with out stopping at crimson lights. The officer performed a visitors cease and spoke with Toby, who had slurred speech, smelled of alcohol and gave the impression to be in a “stupor,” in response to the police report.
The officers requested Toby to carry out subject sobriety workout routines, which she failed.
Police arrested Toby and transported her to the HBPD, the place she registered 0.175 and 0.165 grams of ethanol per deciliter of blood in two blood/alcohol exams. The authorized blood/alcohol content material restrict for driving beneath the affect is 0.08 in Florida.
An officer transported Toby to the Manatee County jail, the place she was launched Jan. 12 after posting a $120 bail bond.
The cost carries various punishments, together with fines and as much as 9 months in jail.
An arraignment might be at 8:55 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, on the Manatee County Judicial Middle, 1051 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton.
— Ryan Paice