Woman accused of driving on a rim of her car charged with DUI after police say she had a full margarita in her cup holder

Amy Dillon

TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa police arrested a woman after she was allegedly driving drunk on a rim of her car.

Officers were conducting a traffic stop when they spotted a driver driving on a rim, according to Tulsa police.

Police said they quickly ended the original traffic stop and pulled over the driver, which they said they could “hear her coming from a block away.”

Officers asked the woman, later identified as Amy Dillon, how much she had to drink. She replied that she’d had two tequila shots. Police said, “she could barely stand upright” and did not do well on a field sobriety test. Police said they also found a full margarita inside her cup holder.

Officials said it is unknown how she wrecked her car before they encountered her.

Authorities took Dillon to jail where took a breathalyzer test and blew a .21, according to police. That’s more than twice the legal driving limit of .08.

She was arrested on complaints of no driver’s license in possession while driving, transporting an open container, operating a motor vehicle with defective tires and DUI second offense.

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