TULSA - A woman was jailed for public intoxication after tumbling from a van in front of a Tulsa police officer.
Just after 2 a.m. Sunday officers leaving the Tulsa County Jail saw a white van parked in the westbound lane of Archer.
According to the police report, 28-year-old April Brady fell from the passenger side of the vehicle and began rolling on the ground.
The officers stopped, and as they approached, they say Brady was staggering around with bloodshot eyes, slurring her words. According to the report, she had a strong odor of alcohol on her breath and her boyfriend said she was "trashed."
The officers attempted to handcuff Brady but she pulled away. Police say she was cussing as they walked her to the patrol car.
The police report states Brady kicked one of the officers before she was placed inside the vehicle.
She was booked into the jail on $450 bond.
In addition to the public intoxication charge, Brady is facing a charge for assault and battery on a police officer.
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