Boca Raton's Kim Heady Charged In Serious DUI Accident

 
Kim Heady

Kim Heady, courtesy Boca Raton Police.

UPDATE: Now Includes police report.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Her Facebook profile compares her to “Anna” from the movie “Frozen,” an interesting choice for Kim Heady, 30, who may be spending a significant amount of time cooling off behind bars.

Heady, police say in this incredible arrest report, was speeding on Palmetto Park Road when she caused a three car chain reaction accident. Police say she appeared to be drunk, and a witness says she threw a bottle of “Cisco Strawberry” from her car after the crash. Police later recovered the bottle.

Heady police say, refused a breath test and blamed the crash on the drivers who had stopped for a traffic light.

The NW 12th Avenue resident remains in the Palm Beach County Jail this morning charged with four counts of DUI — including three property damage counts and one “serious bodily injury to another.” One of the victims was hospitalized.

The arrest report is frightening when you consider Heady was anywhere near a car, let alone driving. Read it here.

 

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