Wisconsin Drunk Driver Calls 911 to Report Herself

A 911 dispatcher in Neilsville, Wisconsin received a phone call from a woman reporting a drunk driver. When asked if she was following the suspected impaired driver, the woman replied “I am them”.

Mary Strey, 49, admitted being drunk after “drinking all night long” and was concerned about hurting someone. The dispatcher instructed her to pull over and turn on her emergency flashers. Clark County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jim Backus said Strey was found about three miles northeast of Neilsville, in central Wisconson. Her phone call, and the fact that she had a blood alcohol content twice the legal limit, lead to charges of driving under the influence in Wisconsin.

Chief Deputy Backus said DUI self-reporting is rare.

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