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Woman who demanded conjugal visit charged with DUI

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[February 17, 2010]  BUNNELL, Fla. (AP) -- A woman was charged with driving under the influence after showing up at the Flagler County jail and demanding a conjugal visit with a specific inmate. The sheriff's office reports that a 45-year-old woman had a visitation appointment but was turned away because she was late. Also, the jail does not allow conjugal visits.

The woman drove away but reportedly returned a short time later. Jail guards called road patrol, because they suspected the woman had been drinking.

Deputies found the woman sitting in her car. She reportedly failed a field sobriety test, and a breath test showed her blood-alcohol content was 0.256 percent. Florida law considers a person impaired at 0.08.

The woman was charged with DUI and later released on $500 bail.


Information from: Orlando Sentinel,

[Associated Press]

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