NORWALK, Conn. ‒ A Norwalk woman was arrested after she allegedly hit several parked cars Monday while driving under the influence, police said.
The 47 year-old woman was charged with operating under the influence, interfering with an officer, possession of narcotics, failure to keep drugs in their original container, driving without insurance and reckless driving. She posted a $3,250 bond and will go to court on March 1.
Police officers were exiting the Mobil station on East Avenue around 6 p.m. when they saw a silver BMW hit several parked cars on Winfield Street, according to the police report. The officers got out and ran to the BMW. The driver allegedly reversed the BMW and hit more parked cars, put it into drive and hit cars again, and reversed again and hit a dumpster, knocking it back ten feet, according to the police report.
The officers yelled at her to stop. She allegedly revved her engine, but the car was stuck on a fence, police said. She finally stopped and got out of her car. Police said she failed her field sobriety test and was arrested. She also allegedly had an oxycodone tablet in her car, which was not in the original container, police said.