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Intoxicated woman calls 911 for ride

Posted: Updated: March 12, 2013 10:26 PM
Gladys McAllister, 47 Gladys McAllister, 47
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -

A Clarksville woman faces criminal charges after she called 911 for a ride home Monday night.

Gladys McAllister wanted to leave Rookies Sports Bar on Fort Campbell Boulevard around 11:30 p.m., so she dialed 911.

Clarksville-Montgomery County E-911 released a portion of the 911 call.

Dispatcher: What kind of help do you need?

Caller: I need a ride home...

Dispatcher: Where are you?

Caller: Because... I'm at Rookies.


McAllister, 47, lives on Normandy Street, less than two miles from the bar.

The responding officer met McAllister in the bar parking lot.

He reported she smelled of alcohol and was "unsteady on her feet" with "slurred speech and watery bloodshot eyes."

He also reported that McAllister told the dispatcher she was intoxicated.

The officer picked her up, but he didn't take her home.

Instead, McAllister was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

According to the police report, McAllister's admitted consumption of alcohol violated a "condition of release" given to her after a domestic assault charge.

That condition prohibited her from having or drinking alcohol.

Nashville's News 2 tried to reach out to McAllister, but she declined to comment.

McAllister is charged with drug possession and violation of a condition of release.

She was released on a $1,500 bond.

It is not yet known if she will be charged with misuse of 911.

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