Police arrested the former president of a Gainesville, Fla., chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving on Feb. 18, charging her with driving under the influence.
Officers pulled over Debra Oberlin, 48, at around 1:10 a.m. after seeing her vehicle veer across lanes of traffic, according to The Gainesville Sun.
Incident reports indicate the suspect -- who headed a now-defunct chapter of the anti-drunken-driving group for three years in the 1990s -- had bloodshot and dilated eyes and smelled of alcohol.
After struggling on a field sobriety test, Breathalyzer tests recorded Oberlin's blood alcohol level as .234 and .239 -- nearly three times the state's legal limit of .08.
The former MADD leader reportedly told officers she drank four beers before getting behind the wheel.
Read more at Gainesville.com.
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