LUBBOCK, Texas – One girl was arrested Tuesday after she drove right into a firetruck with its emergency lights on within the 600 block of North Interstate 27, based on Lubbock Police.
A police report stated Tiffany Roxann Aguirre, 30, had a “distinct odor of consumed alcohol emitting from [her] breath.” An officer on the scene noticed she had bother standing up straight and was swaying whereas standing nonetheless.
Aguirre instructed police she thought she was clear, however based on the police report, the world between the firetruck and cement guard rails was “considerably too small for a motorcar to enter.”
An officer noticed Aguirre had a bump on her head from the crash.
The police report confirmed inconsistencies within the story Aguirre instructed police. She instructed officers she had gotten off work and was headed house however later stated she instructed them she had left an area bar. She additionally instructed police she bought off work at 12:30 a.m., however she was already on the bar by 11:30 p.m.
In line with the police report, the officer requested Aguirre to rely backward, beginning at 65 and ending at 47. She then began counting “66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71 and 72” earlier than she was capable of comprehend what the officer requested her.
Officers on the scene carried out Standardized Area Sobriety Assessments on Aguirre, and based on the police report, positioned her below arrest based mostly on the outcomes.
Police additionally carried out a Texas Forensic Breath Alcohol Take a look at after Aguirre agreed to supply the breath pattern police requested.
Aguirre was charged with a second offense DWI and held on a $7,500 bond on the Lubbock County Detention Middle. She has since posted bond and has been launched.
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