NORWALK, Conn. — A Norwalk woman was charged with drunken driving after an officer noticed she was driving without her car’s headlights on, police said.
Police said Olga Gutierrez, 25, was driving her green Honda in the vicinity of East Avenue and Fort Point Street at approximately 12:45 a.m Thursday morning. The officer noticed that the vehicle’s headlights were off and observed Gutierrez talking on a cell phone, police said.
After pulling the vehicle over, the officer noticed that Gutierrez was unable locate her license and had difficulty finding her other paperwork. She had a glassy appearance and bloodshot eyes, police said.
Officers administered field sobriety tests, which Gutierrez failed, police said. A Breathalyzer determined her blood alcohol level was .145, according to police.
Gutierrez was charged with operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, failure to have headlights lit and using a hand held mobile device while driving (second offense). She was issued a $250 bond and given a court date of June 13, police said.
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