BY MATT LEACH | wpix.com
April 21, 2009
Cops say Elsa Veisor, of South Windsor, was first arrested early Saturday around 1:08 am, with a blood alcohol content twice the legal limit.
According to reports, the arresting officer found Veisor, who appeared to be drunk, behind the wheel of a running, parked car.
Police charged Veisor with driving under the influence, and confiscated her license for 24 hours.
However, shortly after being released on $1,500 bail, cops who responded to the original call found the same woman they arrested earlier driving about a half mile from where her car had been parked.
Cops say Veisor was given a second breathalyzer, which registered slightly lower, but was still over the legal limit. She was arrested a second time at around 3:50 a.m., charged with operating under the influence, and operating with a suspended license.
Veisor was released on $5,000 bail, and scheduled to appear in court April 29th for both cases.
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