ALLENDORF—A 29-year-old Willmar, MN, woman faces numerous charges following a report about an accident about 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25, about two miles north of Allendorf.
Danielle Rae Rodriguez was driving a 2007 Dodge Ram when she swerved to miss several deer on 140th Street, half a mile west of Highway 59, according to the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office.
The pickup entered the south ditch and rolled.
Rodriguez drove away after a passerby called 911 but was stopped by a deputy after driving west to Redwood Avenue and heading south toward Highway 9, about two miles from the accident scene.
The deputy observed blood on Rodriguez’s forearms and noted a strong odor of alcohol, according to court documents.
After she was checked over by an ambulance crew, Rodriguez was taken into custody for further evaluation and transported to the sheriff’s office in Sibley.
Upon arrival, Rodriguez refused to exit the patrol vehicle and had to be forcibly removed, according to court documents.
She refused further sobriety testing and was advised she was under arrest.
Rodriguez then refused to change into the jail’s jumpsuit and eventually two jailers attempted to change her.
She became combative and starting kicking the two jailers until the deputy assisted. One of the jailers was injured in the incident, according to court documents.
Rodriguez was charged with second-offense operating while under the influence, assault on persons in certain occupations causing bodily injury, assault on persons in certain occupations, leaving the scene of an accident in which an injury has occurred and interference with official acts.
She also was cited for not having a valid driver’s license and failure to maintain control of her motor vehicle, which received an estimated $8,500 damage.