Woman charged with 2nd offense DWI after crashing into apartment
ZACHARY - State Police reported the arrest of a woman on a second offense DWI charges and others after she crashed her vehicle through an apartment building.
38-year-old Holly Bohling was booked on charges of DWI (2nd Offense), reckless operation of a motor vehicle, public intimidation and simple escape after her arrest Wednesday morning.
Deputies said they were dispatched to East Mount Pleasant Road to reports of a possible impaired driver. When they arrived, the found that Bohling had driven her vehicle through the lower-level of an apartment building. Deputies said Bohling was traveling on private property, lost control of her vehicle, ramped over a raised curb and traveled through the building. When they made contact with Bohling, they reported a strong odor of alcohol from her person.
When deputies went to take the woman into custody, they said she could not walk under her own power, and she could only stand alone when leaning against a vehicle.
While she was being transported to Zachary PD, Bohling managed to get out of her double-locked handcuffs twice, according to officers. She also told an arresting officer that she would have his job for “messing with her.”
After she was booked at Zachary PD, Bohling was found to have a prior DWI charge through Alabama from Oct. 23, 2015. When she was finally able to provide a breath sample, it registered .247g% BAC.
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