PHOENIX — A woman DPS arrested for two DUIs during the same traffic stop in December has pleaded guilty.
Court paperwork shows that Ariel Christine Davalos, age 27, has pleaded guilty to aggravated DUI and has agreed to spend four months in prison and then be placed on supervised probation.
DPS reports that about 3 a.m. on December 16, a trooper pulled over a car on I-17 near Indian School Road. The vehicle, driven by Davalos, was drifting from lane to lane while traveling at about 80mph.
Davalos admitted to the trooper, "I'm not going to lie, I've been drinking."
DPS says her preliminary breath test showed her BAC at .156.
Davalos was put in handcuffs and placed in the back of patrol car, with the door open.
She then slipped out of the handcuffs and ran toward her car, where she tried to put the car in gear and drive away.
The trooper pulled her back out of the car and re-arrested her.
DPS says this is Davalos' third DUI arrest in the last seven years.
She is scheduled for formal sentencing on March 25.