TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police arrested a woman early Sunday after they say she drove past them on a rim and had a full margarita in her cup holder.
In a social media post, the department said Amy Ann Dillon blew a .21, which is almost three times the legal limit blood-alcohol content of 0.08, and was booked into jail on complaints including second-offense DUI, operating a motor vehicle with defective tires and transporting an open container.
Officers were conducting a separate traffic stop about 1:30 a.m. in the 6300 block of East 38th Street when Dillon, 28, drove past them on a rim and turned into the Normandy Apartments complex.
"We could hear her coming from a block away," the post read.
Dillon could barely stand upright while telling officers she had two tequila shots to drink, and they found a full margarita in her cup holder, according to the post.
Officers don't know what Dillon's car stuck or how long she drove on the rim, but she could be facing a hit and run complaint.
In 2018, Dillon entered nolo contendere pleas to the charges of DUI, leaving the scene of a collision with property damage and following too closely.
She was serving a one-year deferred sentence, and her court date was in August, according to court records.
She remained in the Tulsa County jail Sunday afternoon on $2,000 bail, according to jail records.