BOCA POLICE: Stuart Woman Disables DUI Car Lock To Drive Drunk

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Ledeone White, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — An allegedly thoughtless drunk woman disabled the court-ordered “interlock” device on her car so she could drive the vehicle while police say she was drunk.

39-year-old Ledeone White of Cutler Terrace in Stuart had the device installed while on probation for DUI. Boca police say she had her son blow into the device to trick it into letting her start the vehicle.

It worked.

At least until police nabbed her.

White was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail  and later released on her own recognizance. It is unclear at this time whether the probation violation, and subsequent arrest for DUI, will result in prison. She refused to provide a blood alcohol sample for police which — in layman’s terms — is a big “no no” while you’re on probation for DUI.

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