Polk County Sheriff’s authorities said in a news discharge that somebody called 911 about a lady, who seemed confounded and potentially in threat. At the point when delegates arrived they discovered Byrne riding her stallion in the street.
Officers did a collectedness test and said she gave breath tests that enlisted blood liquor level of .161 — substantially higher than Florida’s lawful breaking point of .08.
“Ms. Byrne was clearly not in any condition to be out and about,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a news discharge. “She not just put herself and the steed in risk, yet in addition any individual who was driving out and about, which is regularly extremely occupied.”
Byrne was accused of DUI and creature disregard for imperiling and neglecting to give legitimate security to the steed.
As indicated by police, Byrne has an earlier criminal history that incorporates five lawful offense and 10 wrongdoing allegations, comprising of remorselessness to creatures, sedate ownership, probation infringement, and criminal activity.