A Michigan woman was found fainted with a child in a golf cart in Rehab Village.
Kathryn Grace Nidswicki, 32, of Waterford, Michigan, was found shortly before midnight Saturday, and passed out just before midnight Saturday in a silver Yamaha golf cart in the parking lot of the facility at County Road 466. Her six-year-old son was In a golf cart with her.
Lake County Fire Rescue was dispatched to the scene and EMS personnel found she “completely lost consciousness” and was “difficult to wake her up,” according to an arrest report from the Lady Lake Police Department. The Illinois native was “confused and stunned” and “unable to express how she got there.”
She was wearing a tank top turned over, and no shoes and bra were found on the floorboard of the golf cart. A bottle of 40 mg fluoxetine, used to treat depression and panic disorder, was also found in a golf cart.
“It should be noted that there is no golf cart path that leads to (Rehab villages) without crossing a major road,” the arresting officer wrote in the report.
She was driving with an Ohio driver’s license and initially tried to tell the police officer that she was 65.
Niedzwiecki “got a little defensive” when asked to take part in field sobriety exercises. She swayed and lost her balance during the exercises. Breath samples were provided which recorded 195 and .197 blood alcohol content.
She was arrested for driving under the influence with a traveler under the age of 18. She was booked into the Lake County Jail and released after paying a $2,000 bond.