Bond has been revoked for a drunk driving suspect caught driving with one other open bottle of Fireball whiskey in her car.
Kathy Michelle Cain, 60, who had been residing within the Sugarberry Villas within the Village of Hammock at Fenney, was arrested in March after her Lincoln SUV hit a pole on the Sumter County Library at Pinellas Plaza. A “giant, opened bottle of Fireball whiskey” was noticed within the SUV’s middle console. She was arrested on a cost of driving beneath the affect.
Whereas she was free on $1,000 bond and her driving privileges have been suspended, Cain was arrested on one other cost of driving beneath the affect. Cain, who’s now residing at The Mark at Wildwood, had been driving a blue Land Rover SUV on the evening of June 30 on County Highway 466 when a Wildwood police officer observed she didn’t have her headlights on. Throughout a site visitors cease at a close-by Aldi’s grocery retailer, the officer shortly concluded that Cain was driving impaired and realized that her license had been suspended as a result of earlier DUI arrest. She carried out poorly in area sobriety workout routines and refused to supply a breath pattern. A half-empty bottle of Fireball whiskey was noticed on the passenger seat of the SUV. One other empty Fireball bottle was discovered on the passenger aspect floorboard. She was arrested on prices of driving beneath the affect and driving whereas license suspended. She was ticketed for an open container violation. She was launched on $15,000 bond.
The Portsmouth, Ohio native was taken into custody once more on Monday after a choose ordered that her bond be revoked on account of the second arrest whereas she was out on bond. She was being held with out bond on the Sumter County Detention Middle.