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Drunk driver arrested in Belt, urinated on herself

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On Thursday night a MHP Trooper was dispatched to Downtown Belt for reports of a drunk driver.

A complaint stated that a driver in a blue Ford truck was heading towards the Eastside Bar and was drinking, stumbling and falling over.

The license plate of the truck belonged to Mary Nadine Smith, who's license to drive was revoked.

Trooper Fia Seau found the truck, but it was unoccupied. 15-20 minutes later he observed Smith driving the truck. 

Smith was found with bloodshot eyes and her speech was slow and slurred. Trooper Fia Seau could also smell the alcohol on her breath and inside the vehicle.

Smith had also urinated on herself.

She failed to provide proof of her license, insurance and registration.

Smith failed sobriety exercises. She also has prior DUI convictions from January of this year, December of 1999, and May of 1995.

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