Video: DWI suspect does cartwheels when asked to walk straight line
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KTRK) — A typical sobriety test usually requires walking in a straight line, but one Albuquerque woman took the test in a different direction, displaying her acrobatic skills instead.
“Where’s this direction? Face that direction for me, with your whole body. We’re not doing yoga. I don’t know what you’re doing, put your hands down,” an officer said.
Police say Bryelle Marshall was seen sleeping in her car Friday night. According to a criminal complaint, police say she reeked of alcohol, but she told the officer otherwise.
“Have you consumed any alcoholic beverages today?” the Albuquerque Police officer asked.
“No, I’m fine,” Marshall replied.
After having a hard time standing up straight, video shows the officer trying to have Marshall walk in a straight line. That proves to be a challenge as well.