Woman arrested after doing cartwheels during sobriety test

A New Mexico woman was arrested after she insisted on doing cartwheels during a field sobriety test Monday.

According to the City of Albuquerque Police Department, 23-year-old Bryelle Marshall was arrested and charged with battery, aggravated DWI, and having an expired license plate after her car was reported driving recklessly.

When APD responded to the scene, the officer found Marshall passed out behind the wheel of her car. The officer then gave her a field sobriety test.

In the body cam video released by APD, the officer could be heard asking Marshall to walk in a straight line, but she refused. The video showed she insisted on doing cartwheels instead.

The officer gave Marshall several attempts to walk in a straight line, but she continued to refuse. He then warned her that she would be charged with Battery if she attempted another one. She again ignored his request then kicked him as she did the cartwheel.

After refusing a breathalyzer, Marshall was taken into police custody.

She was booked and released Tuesday.

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