STUNNING VIDEO: Allegedly Drunk Driver Slams Boca Raton Police Car

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Tampa’s Brittney Smith was allegedly so drunk early Saturday morning that she slammed into a police car and thought she was in Delray Beach when she was actually in Boca Raton.  Incredibly, no one was hurt when Smith hit the cruiser stopped on Military Trail as a police officer conducted an unrelated stop.

It was all caught on video which you an view, above. For a good read, check out the arrest report. She apparently — when told by police to sing the ABC’s — added “now I know my ABC’s, Next time will you sing with me?”

This was not part of the field sobriety test.

Brittney Smith

Brittney Smith, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

Smith’s blood alcohol content, according to police, was more than three times the legal limit — coming in at .254.

The three page arrest report also reveals that Smith was seen leaving Blue Martini — at Town Center Mall — with friends who helped her into a cab. She apparently had the cabbie drive around, then return her to her car where she drove off on her own.

 

 

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