A woman from Wisconsin was given a citation after she called 911 as she was driving home from a bar to report that she may be too drunk to drive.
The woman, Pat Dykstra, said she wasn't sure what would happen when she made the call."I don't really think I was thinking that much at the time," she said.
She gave such a good description that police found her at her home and gave her a Breathalyzer test that registered a blood alcohol level of .14, which is over the state's legal driving limit of .08 percent.
County Sheriff Todd Nehls said "Dykstra did the right thing. I think a judge will look at her and say, 'You know what? You stepped up to the plate. You did the right thing. I think it's commendable."