Mary Strey of Granton, Wisconsin was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, after she called 911 to report that she was driving drunk.
“Somebody’s really drunk driving down Granton Road”, the caller stated when a 911 dispatcher answered the phone.
The dispatcher asked if the caller was behind the drunk driver, to which the caller replied “No, I am them.”
The dispatcher asked, “Okay, so you’re calling to report you’re driving drunk?”
She replied, “Yes.” Later, she stated, "I was drinking all over, I'm sorry. I shouldn't be driving".
The dispatcher told Strey to pull her vehicle over, and she complied. She waited for a deputy to arrive with her hazard lights flashing. According to the police report, Strey failed field sobriety tests, and a preliminary breath test showed she had a blood alcohol content of .19, more than twice the legal limit to drive.
She was given a citation for operating a vehicle with a prohibited alcohol content of .10 or more. She’s due in court in December, facing charges of first offense operating under the influence. (info from WSAW TV)