Napping Driver Nabbed for DWI In New Jersey

If you’re going to be drinking, it’s important that you choose wisely when it comes to where you sleep it off.

One New Jersey driver learned the hard way that a Wawa parking lot is not a good choice.

It happened on October 26, when employees of the Wawa on Route 9 in Lacey called police to report that a woman was sleeping in a car outside.

Officers Martin Julian and Patrick Watkins arrived at the scene at 7:23 p.m. and found Jaymee Tice-Britton, 35, asleep behind the wheel in her vehicle.

Media reports say that an “investigation” occurred, which may have included a visual search of the interior of the car, field sobriety tests, and questions intended to determine whether Tice-Britton had been drinking.

Apparently, the investigation yielded results, because Tice-Britton was taken to police headquarters and now faces charges of reckless driving, DWI, and had her car impounded pursuant to John’s Law.

All in all, not a good evening for the Forked River woman.

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