Olivia Maly

Allegedly Drunk Boca Woman Flees Police As Wheel Falls Off Car

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Police: She was “Uncooperative, Argumentative, Emotional, Crying, Belligerent.”

Olivia Maly, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Boca Raton resident Olivia Maly tried to flee police — as her flat tire fell off her car — following a crash in Lantana. Maly is now facing charges of DUI and resisting an officer with violence.

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The must-read police report details how officers say they thought they were involving a road rage incident when they saw a car following Maly on Hypoluxo Road, only to learn from police dispatch that the two cars had just been in a hit and run crash and the victim was trying to follow the Maly who allegedly caused the wreck.

Police took over the “chase” and wrote: “(Maly’s) trie completely came off in the parking lot of the Winn Dixie at 1491 South Dixie Highway in Lantana and the vehicle subsequently came to a complete stop. I then made contact with the driver, later positively identified as Olivia Maly, and the front passenger. Maly was observed with glassy eyes, had slurred speech and I could smell an unknown alcohol beverage emitting from her mouth.”

The report continues: “I then placed Maly in handcuffs as (another officer) placed (the passenger) in handcuffs as well. At this time Maly became extremely uncooperative and began to resist and tried to walk away from me. She was given multiple commands to stop resisting which she refused. I attempted to double lock Mary’s handcuffs but it was unsuccessful at first because she was actively resisting and trying to get away from me.”

And then, as officers attempted to put Maly in a police car: “I then observed Maly attempting to either head but or bite Officer Strong in her face. I then pushed her down on the hood of my patrol vehicle by upper front chest area. Maly was subsequently placed int he back of my patrol vehicle. While in my patrol vehicle, Maly became extremely aggressive and started to kick the door. She was also observed hitting the vehicle partitioner with her head for a brief moment. For these reasons, Maly was placed in a hobble as an additional restraint.”

Maly later, according to police, refused to submit to a blood alcohol test.

Read the complete police report, below. If the PDF does not appear, just click here for complete access. Maly, 27, lives on Old Pine Road in Boca Raton.



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