Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Politician Arrested For DWI In Dallas Last Night

Freshman Texas State Rep. Victoria Neave (D-Dallas) told police "I love you and I will fight for you" as she was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated following a single-vehicle crash in Dallas Tuesday night.

Dallas police said Neave, 36, drove her BMW into a tree near the intersection of Abrams Parkway and La Vista Drive at about 11:30 p.m.

When officers arrived, they said Neave was unsteady, had blood shot eyes and that her breath smelled of alcohol.

According to police, Neave's speech was slurred during field sobriety tests in which she repeatedly requested her attorney while invoking her 5th amendment rights. She refused a request for a blood specimen, so police obtained a blood warrant and a sample was taken at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas.


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