Mitzi Natalia Arrested with Dozens of Beer Bottles after Hitting Pedestrian in Cobb County

The Cobb County police, on Tuesday, May 19, charged a woman, Mitzi Natalia, on suspicion of DUI. They arrested the suspect after she hit a pedestrian near County Services Parkway and Valor drive, Cobb County, Georgia. The suspect faces several charges and needs a drunk driving attorney’s services.

Natalia’s charges include DUI, open container, serious injury by vehicle, hit-and-run, driving without insurance, and obstruction. The incident happened overnight on Thursday, May 14.

The suspect was driving a Chevrolet Malibu with a Modelo beer sitting open in her cup holder. According to her arrest warrant, she also had a 12-pack of Corona containing three empty bottles.

Police accused her of hitting a pedestrian and driving away from the scene, with the victim of the crash suffering several broken bones. After driving her vehicle for about a quarter-mile away from the scene, Natalia stopped in the middle of the roadway. Police found her soon after.

She admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the day and drinking two beers. When officers tried to search her vehicle, Natalia refused, incurring an obstruction charge.

The police are yet to book the suspect into the Cobb County jail while the status of her custody remained unclear as on Tuesday. Following the charges against her, Natalia requires the services of a drunk driving attorney to help with her case.

It is dangerous and against the law to drive under the influence. Drivers must avoid driving a vehicle while intoxicated.

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