Kely Alves de Oliveira

Florida Woman Hits Community Call Box In Front Of Cop, Jailed DUI

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Police: Woman Then Drove Into “The Oasis” In Delray Beach. Officer Smelled “Fruity Beverage Emanating From Her Person.”

Kely Alves de Oliveira, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Delray Beach woman allegedly backed into the callbox at “The Oasis” — a community at 5600 Atlantic Avenue in West Delray Beach— then drove right into the gated community.

Unfortunately for Kely Alves de Oliveira, a PBSO Deputy was sitting right there and allegedly watched the entire event.

From the police report obtained by BocaNewsNow.com:

“On this date while in the community of The Oasis located in unincorporated Delay Beach FL. I observed a
silver vehicle reversed and struck a call box for the community gate. The driver then pulled forward and
entered the community. I made contact with the a female driver. While speaking to her, I could smell an
unknown fruity beverage emanating from her person. I asked for a DUI to respond to the scene.”

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office DUI Investigator wrote this:

“Alves De Oliveira had glassy and bloodshot eyes. Her speech was slurred and she was unsteady on her feet.
An obvious odor of unknown alcoholic beverage was coming from her mouth.”

“Post Miranda, Alves De Oliveira admitted being the driver at the time of the crash but she denied hitting the
call box. She said her tire hit the curb. She denied drinking. When confronted about the smell of alcohol
beverage she said that she had been drinking yesterday. After being given the results of the breath test, she
admitted drinking four beers from 5 to 6 PM.”

According to police, Alves De Oliveira provided breath samples of .110 and .112, both above the legal limit of .08.

She was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail at 11:46 Thursday night and released at 4:26 Friday morning on her own recognizance. A court date is pending.

 

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