A Mount Dora lady was arrested on DUI and drug costs following a disturbance Thursday evening exterior the Loopy Gator in Eustis.
A witness informed a Eustis police officer she was leaving the bar/restaurant, situated at 402 N. Bay St., with mates when 40-year-old Deanna Iris Nolan approached them and requested if there was an issue. The witness mentioned after she informed Nolan “no,” Nolan received into her blue Ford Mustang and began backing out of the parking spot. Nolan then received out of the car, approached the witness and her husband, and tried to begin a combat with the witness, in accordance with the police report.
Upon arrival on the scene, one other officer noticed Nolan was swaying and unable to take care of her steadiness. The officer additionally smelled the odor of alcohol on Nolan’s breath and in addition noticed she had pink, shiny eyes. Nolan refused to take part in area sobriety workouts and have become argumentative and confrontational with the officers as they led her to a patrol automotive, the report mentioned.
Nolan was taken to the Eustis Police Division, the place she was belligerent, slurring her phrases and unable to take care of her composure. She began insulting different officers within the reserving room who weren’t concerned within the arrest or investigation. Nolan refused to supply a breath pattern, in accordance with the report.
Nolan was taken to the Lake County Jail, the place a search of her particular person turned up a small white tablet with Ok-18 imprinted on it. A search of an internet drug database revealed the tablet to be Oxycodone 5 mg. Requested why she had the tablet in her pocket, Nolan mentioned she was holding it for a good friend, the report mentioned.
Nolan was charged with DUI and possession of a managed substance (Oxycodone). She was launched Friday morning on $3,000 bond and can seem in Lake County Courtroom at 8:30 a.m. Might 9.