A Michigan woman is accused of driving under the influence on her own lawn, police said.
Nancy Ann Endy, 54, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated this week after she was spotted driving a truck on her lawn, WXYZ reported.
Endy allegedly fell over when stopped by police, WXYZ reported.
Police told WXYZ that Endy's breathalyzer test resulted in a .30 BAC. In Michigan, a driver with a .08 BAC or above is considered to be impaired, according to the Michigan State Police.
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