Lacey police have charged a Nautilus Boulevard with driving under the influence after she was spotted weaving and failing to maintain a lane on her street, Police Chief David A. Paprota said.
Officer Dimitri Tsarnas and Officer Anthony Sarno responded to the area
of Nautilus Boulevard at 10:04 p.m. on June 28 after receiving a call from a concerned citizen about a suspected drunk driver, the chief said.
Sarno located the Dodge pickup traveling north on Route 9 and stopped it in the 500 block of Nautilus Boulevard, after he observed it weaving on the roadway, Paprota said.
The driver was identified as
Debra Kaczmarek, 49, 711 Nautilus Boulevard in Forked River. She was charged with driving under the influence and taken to police headquarters. Kaczmarek was also charged with reckless driving, refusal to submit to breath samples, failure to maintain lane and failure to exhibit a driver's license, the chief said.
Her vehicle was impounded as per John's Law, he said.