An unhappy, dumped girlfriend was arrested for DWI after police found her driving erratically and crying.
On Friday night, Conway police observed a car parked halfway on a driveway and halfway on College Avenue. As the officer began to exit his vehicle, he saw the car being put into gear and taken out on the road. As the car began driving east down College, it swerved into the left lane. It straightened up but then swerved over into the left lane about 30 yards later. At that point, the officer turned his lights on and initiated a traffic stop.
As the officer approached the car, he noticed a woman in the driver's seat crying. He asked her what the problem was, and she said the her boyfriend broke up with her. The officer noticed a box of bottled beer in the passenger side floorboard. He asked her what they were doing in the car, and she replied that she didn't know. The officer stated that he noticed a strong odor of intoxicants coming from inside the car.
The officer then got the woman out of the car and asked her why the car was parked in the road. She said her boyfriend had gotten out of the car and walked away. The officer began performing field sobriety tests, and the woman was swaying side to side. She was taken into custody for DWI, and while at the station, she was crying, yelling and complaining that she wasn't driving and that she was arrested for no reason. She would not sign any forms and continued to scream that she wasn't doing anything wrong.
The woman continued to be uncooperative, not allowing her picture to be taken and not signing any forms.