This according to the Orlando Sintenial:
She told deputies she took at least two of the painkillers before driving.
According to a report from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, witnesses told deputies Dean was swerving in and out of her lane, almost crashing into oncoming traffic several times.
She also nearly hit a pedestrian and construction cones, the report said.
A witness traveling behind Dean’s Lincoln sedan called 911 and then stopped when the Lincoln pulled off the road.
One witness told deputies they were “certain the driver of the vehicle was going to kill someone or themselves.”
When the police arrived on the scene, Dean’s words were slurred and had watery eyes. She also failed the field sobriety tests that were administered. This summer Dean’s daughter, Shellie Zimmerman was arrested on a perjury charge after she lied about her finances during a hearing for her husband’s murder case.
Back on February 27, George Zimmerman was arrested for killing unarmed Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida. He still awaiting trial, but his lawyers say that he fears for his life.
Mr. Melody is no stranger to music.
His musical roots are vast and his melodic library reaches far. Mr. Melody was born in the states, but he spent many of his formidable years in Jamaica where the sounds of Alton Ellis, Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs echoed in the air establishing the musical palette for the future hit-maker. The energy and experiences from his childhood are his reference point for his musical creativity and the international sound that he has developed.
His music career began in a unconventional manner. What began as a dare became the driving force for his approach to writing and performing music. Never backing down from a challenge, Mr. Melody grabbed the mic and forged the groundwork for his musical career. He has opened for such artists as Junior Reid, Bounty Killer, Elephant Man, Mr. Vegas and many more. Mr. Melody is raw talent on the move! The singer/songwriter channels his Reggae roots and merges R&B and Pop production into music he calls “Feel Good Music”. Mr. Melody promises to deliver an edgy project that embodies the musical styles that inspire him. Unlike many of the manufactured artist of today, Mr. Melody fuses ‘old school’ flavor with a mainstream approach. His radio single and club banger “Wyne” is the first hit from his debut project set to release later this year.