Woman Requests $300,000 in DWI Chase

Woman Requests $300,000 in DWI Chase

KXAN reported that a North Carolina “woman, who was being chased by police, called 911 and told dispatchers to pay her $300,000 or she would not pull over.” Jennifer Herring, the woman being chased, demanded that officers pay her $300,000 immediately for “declaring a false sense of emergency.” Police personnel were able to release Herring’s phone call, where the 911 dispatcher tells her to please pull over, and she replies by saying: “No! I’m not pulling over, because pulling over is voluntary. Why am I going to pull over for you? I’m not doing nothing wrong. You told me there is no emergency. If there is not an emergency, it’s $300,000. Are you ready to pay the $300,000?”

Although the 911 dispatcher tried to reason with her by saying, “Ma’am, I am not the officer,” Herring kept requesting the $300,000. Herring was strongly suspected for driving drunk. Eventually, she was forced to pull over when she reached a dead end street. Herring is facing several charges for DWI, fleeing from legal officers, and driving with an expired license.

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled North Carolina DWI attorney for legal assistance.

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