Officer Arrests Woman on DUI Charge on Rte. 95 March 18
The release said she told officers she had 11 children and could not find them.
A woman police described as "one of the worst DUI offenders in the United States" was arrested again in IL on Monday and found with a liquor bottle in the passenger seat.
When officers asked Schleicher to step out of her vehicle, they said she was "in total disarray, not wearing shoes, and her clothes were literally falling off her", as officers escorted her to the rear of the auto for a field sobriety test. Police say Schleicher then told the officers she had 11 children and couldn't find them.
She had an open bottle of liquor right next to her. Police also found a bottle of Crown Royal in the passenger seat.
A 911 caller reported a woman passed out behind the wheel in a gas station parking lot on South Harlem Avenue around 9:30 p.m., but when police arrived, they found Tasha Lynn Schleicher, 41, awake and alert, with her keys in her ignition and the car's engine running, according to the release.
Schleicher wasn't wearing shoes, and when she stepped out of the vehicle her clothes were "literally falling off", police said in a news release. She told cops she was looking for her 11 kids, WLS reported.
The Riverside Police Department in IL arrested Tasha Schleicher, 41, around 9.30pm on Monday.
Schleicher also told officers at the scene that she was pregnant, bleeding and having a miscarriage.
Her six prior DUI arrests came out of Kentucky in 2007, Wisconsin in 2008, in in June 2016, California in November 2016, OR in April 2017 and Minnesota in October 2017.
Schleicher, 41, was arrested last October in Minnesota.
In a release, Riverside Police Chief Thomas Weitzel said, "This is one of the worst impaired driving arrests this agency has ever made".
According to the Rochester Post-Bulletin, all of those children had at different points been taken from her care, in child custody actions spread over several states, and all related to previous drunken driving offenses, but they were all returned to her in August 2017. Police found she was lying, according to WLS-TV. The results found her statement was fictitious, Weitzel said. Witnesses at the gas station told police she was the only one in her auto. Schneider's history of six prior DUI's in six states, with three outstanding warrants from various states speaks to her transient nature.
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