Chris Logan’s “Uh Uh Moment of the Day” 6/22/21
Last Friday, 34-year-old Kanisha Booze from Florida was arrested for DUI after crashing her car into a Taco Bell sign.
Yes, her last name is Booze, B-O-O-Z-E. It looks like that’s what she was up to last Friday night!
Not only did Kanisha crash her car into a Taco Bell sign, she also hit the Taco Bell’s water meter, and a tree.
The story gets a little more interesting…Kanisha works at the same Taco Bell where the incident happened around 10:20 P.M.
It’s unclear if she was leaving work, arriving at work, or if she was off and it was just a coincidence.
Kanisha also left the scene and sped through some red lights, but police caught up with her and put her in jail.
She was released Saturday morning after posting a $1,750 bond.
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