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27-year-old Josephine Mullins says she had “3 or 6 drinks” at the Jelly Roll concert Friday night before getting behind the wheel of her vehicle to drive home. As she drove onto Broadway, she impacted and drove over a large orange and white traffic barricade. Officers immediately responded from nearby and found her to be heavily intoxicated. Inside the vehicle, there were five empty fireball shooters, along with a white tumbler with about a quarter of the liquid remaining. She performed (very) poorly on field sobriety tests and below a 0.229% BAC on a breathalyzer – nearly three times the legal limit in Tennessee.
Josephine A. Mullins of Cheatham Dam Rd in Ashland City, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on December 10th, charged with open container and driving under the influence. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $2,500.