Vanilla Leads to Tennessee DUI

A 48-year old Germanton woman was charged with DUI in Tennessee after police found her slumped over the steering wheel of her car in front of a middle school. Thursday morning Kelly Moss was found partly parked on the school driveway and sidewalk. According to the arrest report, Moss displayed slurred speech and was unable to stand or walk without assistance. Her breath also had a strong odor of vanilla.

An officer found cans of Diet Coke and partially empty bottles of vanilla extract in the front seat of the vehicle. The extract was 35 per cent alcohol by volume.

Moss refused to submit to a breath test or perform field sobriety tests. She was booked for driving under the influence in Tennessee. It is her third TN DUI arrest. Her bond was set at $4000.

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