A Florida Woman by the name of Booze has been arrested for a DUI after allegedly crashing her car into a Taco Bell sign and then fleeing the scene of the crash.

Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

Kanisha Booze, a 34-year-old, was arrested late Friday night following the crash near her home in St. Petersburg, Florida.

According to the arrest report, Booze hit a tree, then a Taco Bell sign, then hit the store's water meter around 10:20pm. She tried to flee the scene, but was caught after being spotted by officers speeding through two red lights near the restaurant.

When questioned by police, Booze showed signs of intoxication in the form of “bloodshot, watery eyes, a dazed and blank expression on her face and an odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath," the report said.

She declined to perform a breathalyzer test.

Booze's rap sheet includes seven different convictions for driving without a license. She also has past charges of marijuana possession and grand theft.

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