Aubrey Thompson v. State of Indiana - 3/25/14

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Tuesday  March 25, 2014 
1:00 PM  EST

1 p.m. 49A02-1307-CR-606. Terre Haute South High School. Aubrey Thompson appeals her conviction for Class B misdemeanor public intoxication.  On November 18, 2012, officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were dispatched to the residence of Thompson’s friends Denise Robinson to investigate an altercation between Robinson and her boyfriend.  Thompson was present when the officers arrived on the scene, and the officers observed her to be intoxicated.  As the officers questioned Robinson and her boyfriend about the alleged altercation, Thompson interrupted several times.  Each time, the officers asked Thompson to step away.  Eventually, Thompson retrieved her purse and advised that she intended to drive away.  Fearing that Thompson was putting herself and others on the roadway in danger, the officers arrested Thompson for public intoxication.  Thompson claims there is insufficient evidence that she endangered herself or others.

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