Drunk Again? Tasha Schleicher a Contender for Worst DUI Offender, Police Say

Drunk Again? Tasha Schleicher a Contender for Worst DUI Offender, Police Say

The woman was apparently stuck because she had poured kerosene into her fuel tank instead of gasoline.

A Brookfield man was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol on Danbury Road at 11:51 p.m. Friday, March 30. Deputies also recovered open containers of alcohol in his vehicle. Such is the pronouncement of an IL police chief after Monday's arrest of Tasha Lynn Schleicher. Police arrived to find her nursing her youngest. He says Schleicher was "very uncooperative", so much so that it took a full day to complete her background check due to the lies she kept spinning. Police officers later found out that Schleicher actually had standing warrants in three separate states, namely in Idaho, Nebraska, and Oregon.

"She is literally one of the worst DUI offenders we have ever dealt with".

In October past year, Schleicher was involved in a vehicular accident after she rammed her auto into a median cable barrier in Rochester, Minnesota. The homeowner, who was inside at the time of the crash, was not injured and there was no major damage to the residence.

After Dickson drove around the police cruiser blocking the roadway, Sgt. Derek Sullivan attempted to stop Dickson to prevent her from entering the crash scene.

Manuel Luna Gomez, 25, of Millers Creek, driver of a 2001 Volkswagen, was also charged with having no operator's license, exceeding the posted speed limit, reckless driving and having unsafe tires, Parsons said.



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