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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police say a woman who was arrested at the Kentucky Fair and Expo Center late Friday night is a traffic guard for Louisville Metro Police.
Amber L. Tucker, age 26, was taken into custody in the parking lot behind Cardinal Stadium, according to an arrest report.
Police say she and a friend told officers they'd lost their car and were asking for a ride.
Tucker was allegedly drunk.
Police say she, "stood up and stumbled around, almost falling down." She allegedly had a, "strong odor of alcoholic beverage," and her eyes were glassy and bloodshot. When an officer told Tucker's friend she wasn't in a condition to drive, Tucker allegedly grabbed her arm and said, "Let's find our car."
Tucker was arrested at the scene. Police say she was able to get out of her handcuffs twice, and had a "panic attack," yelling, cursing and ignoring orders to calm down. She had to be physically restrained, according to an arrest report.
Police say she was charged with alcohol intoxication, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Dwight Mitchell, a spokesman for Louisville Metro Police, says the position of traffic guard is a civilian position, and Tucker is not a sworn officer. She is currently on administrative duty, pending the outcome of the investigation.