Wildwood, FL – Drunk Driving Suspect Arrested After Drinking at Rodeo

November 14, 2018

Wildwood, FL (November 14, 2018) – A suspect was arrested following a drunk driving incident, where she then claimed that she had been drinking at a rodeo.

Wildwood Police arrested the suspect around 10 p.m. last night, November 13, after they received calls that a driver had been driving erratically on Powell Road. The driver was quickly identified as 48-year-old Dianna Lynn Spurrier. As Spurrier was reaching over for her paperwork to give to the officer, the arresting officer noticed a cup in plain view that smelled like wine.

Spurrier, who is just 95 pounds, was asked how much she had been drinking. She confessed to police that she had been drinking at the rodeo. She failed the field sobriety tests that were given to her and refused to provide a breath sample.

Now, Spurrier is facing DUI charges in relation to the incident.

Wildwood DUI Laws

Wildwood, FL – Drunk Driving Suspect Arrested After Drinking at RodeoIn 2017 alone, Florida DMV records showed that there were 43,899 DUI violation tickets and 24,334 convictions across the state. If you have been accused of a DUI, you need to understand that you are facing serious penalties that could cost you your license and many other aspects of your life if you are facing large fines, community service, probation, and more. Your sentence could be a huge disruption in your life as you are faced with the reality of not being able to drive to work on your own and having to pay a variety of fines even though you know it will be difficult to do so.

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