A Girl Lake girl who drank 4 beers and a shot of Cherry Bomb liquor at an area bar and left in a broken automotive has been sentenced in a drunk driving case.
Leigh Anne DeFalco, 35, who lives on Grays Airport Highway, pleaded no contest final month in Lake County Court docket to a cost of driving below the affect. She’s going to lose her driver’s license for six months, has been positioned on probation for one 12 months and has been ordered to carry out 50 hours of group service. Nonetheless, courtroom data indicated DeFalco could purchase out of group service at a charge of $10 per hour.
DeFalco left the Shamrock Lounge in Leesburg early on the morning of June 16 on the wheel of a crimson Nissan Rogue which had a registration tag which had expired June 1, in response to an arrest report from the Leesburg Police Division. The report famous the car she was driving had “vital entrance finish injury.”
DeFalco stated she didn’t consider she had been concerned in a site visitors crash and thought her car could have been hit whereas she was parked on the Shamrock Lounge the place she had been consuming between 10 p.m. and 1:30 a.m.
She struggled via area sobriety workout routines and supplied breath samples that registered .153 and .169 blood alcohol content material.