Louisville – Woman Charged With DUI After Crashing Into Police Cruisers
Posted on Monday, October 21st, 2019 at 2:53 am
A woman was charged with DUI after crashing into police cars.
The incident happened around 10:40 pm, October 20 on 43rd Street.
25-year-old Katelin Moody was drunk and was swerving her car in multiple directions. Then, it hit a police cruiser. An officer had to jump onto his cruiser to avoid being struck, but he was knocked off from the impact of the collision. He suffered injuries to his head, neck, and back. Afterwards, Moody’s car hit a second and third vehicle.
After, police spoke with her, and they smelled alcohol on her. They gave her a breath test and her blood-alcohol level was at .139.
Moody was taken to the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections, where she was charged with DUI, assault of a police officer, and criminal mischief.
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