Corrections Officer Amber Reeves Arrested Driving the Wrong Way

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Amber Reeves, 27, of Winter Haven, Florida was arrested in Haines City last night for DUI, possession of less than 20 grams of Marijuana, and possession of narcotics paraphernalia after police spotted her driving on the wrong side of the road. Reeves is a correctional officer with the Florida Department or Corrections, but has only worked there since May. Maybe treating her fellow human beings like animals was too much for her to cope with without drugs and enough alcohol make her blow twice the legal limit.


The Polk County Jail provided the following information about Reeves:


REEVES, AMBER LUCILLE

Booking Number: 2020-025592

Race/Sex: B/F

DOB: 3/16/1993

Height: 506

Weight: 134

Booking Date: 8/2/2020

Release Date: 8/2/2020

Location: BOOKING

Inmate Status: Released

Bond Eligible: Not Eligible

Ready for Bond:


Charge #1

Statute: 893.147(1) POSS./USE NARCOTIC PARA

Charge Description: Poss./Use Narcotic Paraphernalia

Arrest Agency: Haines City Police Department

Bond Type: Surety bond

Bond Amount:0.00

Bond/Purge Number: B132904

Amount Paid: 500.00

Disposition: Bail Received


Charge #2

Statute: 893.13(6)(B) POSS OF CANNABIS U/20 GR

Charge Description: CANNABIS POSSESS Not More Than 20 gr

Arrest Agency: Haines City Police Department

Bond Type: Surety bond

Bond Amount: 0.00

Bond/Purge Number: B132905

Amount Paid: 500.00

Disposition: Bail Received


Charge #3

Statute:316.193(4) DUI WITH BAC .15 OR HIGHER

Charge Description:.15 or Higher or W Person <18 1st Of

Arrest Agency: Haines City Police Department

Bond Type:Surety bond

Bond Amount:0.00

Bond/Purge Number: B132906

Amount Paid:500.00

Disposition:Bail Received


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