Thirteen is often thought to be the unluckiest number, but for Dorothy Kaye Hanson, 17 doesn't seem to bode especially well, either. The 59-year-old woman from Shelbyville, Tenn., was involved in a car crash last Friday, and cops say they found booze containers in a grocery bag in her vehicle, as well as a slurring, alcohol-reeking Hanson behind the wheel, WSMV reports. Hanson told police that she had consumed two drinks and that her license was suspended, but when they ran her name, a lot more popped up in the system. Specifically, that Hanson has racked up 16 prior DUI convictions over the past three decades, as well as 15 convictions for driving on a revoked license, per WSMV.
The Times-Gazette notes that she also has one conviction for driving after being deemed a habitual motor-vehicle offender. Hanson seemed to be a bit in denial at the scene of the wreck, which reportedly caused no serious injuries. "I asked her if she drinks on a regular basis and she said 'no,'" a cop said in his report. "I referenced her driving history and she stated, 'I know, I know, that is what everybody says, I know.'" She was taken to Bedford County Jail and released on $75,000 bond, per the Times-Gazette. (This woman's DUI led to her husband's DUI.)