Authorities said a Michigan State University police captain had a blood alcohol level of 0.25 when she was arrested for drunk driving.
Capt. Valerie O’Brien was arrested on Feb. 10 after a Michigan State Police trooper pulled her over just off Interstate 96 west of Lansing.
A video shows O’Brien yelling at the trooper that she was going to sue him. She was placed in the patrol car and declined to answer when asked if her department-issued handgun was in the vehicle.
WILX-TV, which first obtained the video, reported that O’Brien is on paid leave since her arrest.
In September, she returned to work after more than a year on leave, which the Lansing State Journal reported was classified as a suspension.
Watch the full report in the video above.