A Villager driving with flat tires and a lacking entrance bumper was arrested on a drunk driving cost.
Kathy Ann McCloy, 65, who splits her time between Spring Hill, Tenn. and her house within the Emmalee Villas within the Village of Mallory Sq., was driving a pink 2019 Chevy Equinox with Tennessee license plates at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday when she caught the eye of a Sumter County sheriff’s deputy. The entrance bumper was lacking, “all 4 tires had been popped,” and the entrance tires had been “pushed right down to the rim,” in line with the arrest report. She had been concerned in a crash in Marion County which was being investigated by the Florida Freeway Patrol.
It appeared McCloy had been ingesting. The Michigan native struggled via area sobriety workout routines. She agreed to offer a breath pattern, however didn’t correctly undergo the check. She was taken to Trailwinds ER and as soon as she was medically cleared, she was taken to the Sumter County Detention Middle.
McCloy, who has owned her villa since 2011, was arrested on a cost of driving beneath the affect. She was booked on the Sumter County Detention Middle on $1,000 bond.