Cleveland woman arrested for third DUI, drug possession
BY SHANNON MUCHMORE World Staff Writer
Saturday, July 28, 2012
SAND SPRINGS -- A Cleveland, Okla., woman was arrested Friday on suspicion of her third DUI and third possession of a controlled drug, and police say stolen debit cards were also found in her purse.
Lisa Ann Hill, 46, was found slumped over the steering wheel of a car at about 5:30 Friday evening at 104 W. 41st St. in Sand Springs, according to an arrest and booking report from the Tulsa County Jail.
The document also refers to the woman as Lisa Ann Moles.
When she was roused and asked where she was she answered that she was in Baton Rouge, La., and seemed confused when told she was in Oklahoma, according to the report.
She had slow speech and was unsteady on her feet, according to the report.
In her purse were two white pills identified as phenobarbital and 1/4 of a Xanax. The officer also found two debit cards and an Oklahoma EBT Access card in the names of other people, according to the report.
When contacted, those people said the cards were stolen, according to the report.
During booking, Hill grabbed at the three pills that had been taken from her and swallowed one, the officer wrote.
During a search, police found crushed Xanax pills in a bag in her right bra cup. She attempted to grab the bag and had to be restrained, according to the report.
Hill was booked on complaints of the felonies of a third offense of possession of a controlled drug, third DUI and two counts of possession of a stolen credit card. She also had a misdemeanor complaint of destroying evidence, according to the report.
Jail records show she is being held on $40,000 bond.
Under the name Lisa Ann Moles, she has previous convictions of unlawful possession of a controlled drug and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction. She is currently on parole for possession of a controlled substance and perjury, according to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.