TEHACHAPI, Calif. (KGET) — A lady was arrested after police mentioned she handed out behind the wheel of a pickup in a Burger King drive-thru and was too intoxicated to reply easy questions or stroll on her personal.
Audrey Sundelius, 35, was unable to even give officers her identify when contacted about 10:06 a.m. March 15 on the Burger King at 620 W. Tehachapi Blvd., police mentioned in a report filed in Kern County Superior Court docket. She bought out of the truck regardless of officers telling her to stay in her seat, and two officers needed to help her in strolling to a patrol automotive as she had an “extraordinarily unsteady gait.”
Police mentioned bottles of vodka had been seen within the truck.
Her response to each query was, “Hello sweetie,” in keeping with police. Sundelius was arrested on suspicion of DUI, police noting within the report she is on energetic probation with search phrases for alcohol testing.
Sundelius pleaded no contest to a “moist reckless” cost in September and was positioned on three years’ probation, in keeping with court docket data. The cost carries comparable penalties to a DUI.