MILWAUKEE, WI (CNN) – A wrong way drunk driver nearly crashes into a Wisconsin Sheriff’s Deputy, but after her arrest, the suspect seems to only be worried about her mug shot.
It’s before sunset Saturday night. The deputy comes to a stop on highway 145 as a wrong way driver zooms by. The deputy gets to the other side of the highway and catches up to the driver.
Deputy: “Stop your car. Stop your car. Stop your car.”
You can hear the deputy and the driver off camera.
Driver: “I didn’t realize what I was doing.”
Deputy: “You didn’t see me with my lights on?”
Driver: “Yeah, I did, but I didn’t realize.”
Deputy: “I had my lights on because you almost hit me.”
Driver: “I’m sorry, I’m sorry.”
Deputy: “You’re being placed under arrest for OWI.”
The deputy cuts the roadside sobriety tests short when the driver struggles to follow directions.
Deputy: “Recklessly endangering safety by driving the wrong way on a divided highway.”
Another deputy tells the driver she blew a .235 in an initial breathalyzer test.
Driver: “So, is that good or is that bad?”
Deputy: “It’s a little high.”
In fact it’s nearly three times the legal limit. 44-year-old Lisa Doss of Sussex is in custody for her first OWI.
Driver: “Are they going to take my picture here and post it in the newspaper or anything like that or no?”
Deputy: “Yeah, they book you in.”
Driver: “But they don’t put it in the newspaper or anything like that? Because, I don’t need that.”
Doss was booked into the Milwaukee county jail and is awaiting her first court appearance.