Underage drinker arrested for fourth DWI
A woman from Houma who is too young to drink was arrested for her fourth DWI.
State Police say 20-year-old Caitlyn Rose Case was stopped just after midnight on Friday. They say a breath test showed Case had a blood-alcohol level of .22. The legal limit for drivers younger than 21 is .02. The legal limit for those 21 and older is .08.
Case was booked into the Terrebonne Parish jail on charges of DWI, improper lane usage and disregarding a traffic-control signal.
Court records show Case pleaded guilty Sept. 22 to her first and second DWI charges and was given a suspended six-month sentence that included attending a driver-improvement and substance-abuse class.
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