According to the New York Post, Bluffton police pulled over Lauren Elizabeth Cutshaw, 32, of Bluffton, early Saturday after she allegedly sped through a stop sign. The police report said Cutshaw had bloodshot eyes and slurred her words as she spoke with officers, telling them she'd had two glasses of wine for her birthday.
A breathalyzer test showed that Cutshaw had a blood-alcohol level of 0.18 percent, police said.
Authorities said the woman argued with officers, saying she's a "clean, thoroughbred white girl" who shouldn't be arrested, the Island Packet reported. When asked why that mattered, Cutshaw replied, "You're a cop; you should know what that means," the police report said.
Cutshaw also said she was dating a police officer, had perfect grades, had been a cheerleader and sorority girl, attended a "high accredited university" and was a member of the National Honor Society, the arrest report said.
Cutshaw was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, simple possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, ignoring a stop sign and speeding 25 mph or more.