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Dancing DUI

Police arrested a 33-year-old woman early Wednesday for driving under the influence.

Around midnight, police checked on a vehicle near Aluminum and Washington streets that appeared to be stuck in the snow. As they approached the car, they noticed Brianna Lucas dancing in the driver’s seat.

After speaking with Brianna Lucas, officers came to believe she was under the influence of some sort of stimulant. She was transported to the detention center and ran through a sobriety test, which police say she failed. Lucas then reportedly refused a Breathalyzer test, and officers allegedly also located two syringes on her person.

Lucas was cited for a number of misdemeanors, including DUI with refusal, possession of drug paraphernalia, careless driving, driving with a suspended or revoked license, and driving with no liability insurance.

Missing tooth

A 41-year-old man was arrested for allegedly hitting his wife in the face and knocking her tooth out.

Around 5 p.m. Wednesday, police responded to a residence on the 3600 block of Oregon Avenue on a disturbance call. There, a woman told officers her husband, William McLean, had knocked her front tooth out. Police said witnesses told them the argument was mutual until McLean struck the woman.

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McLean was arrested for partner or family member assault with minor injury, a misdemeanor.

Hospital assault

Police arrested a 44-year-old woman at St. James Healthcare for assaulting two employees.

According to police, Sundee Cunningham was booked into the hospital Wednesday afternoon after being found passed out on a sidewalk. Police said officers were told Cunningham grew agitated during her exam and kicked a nurse. When a hospital security guard came in to assist, Cunningham pressed the guard against a wall, hurting the guard's hand, police said.

Cunningham was arrested and cited twice for misdemeanor simple assault.

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