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Dallas State Rep. Victoria Neave Arrested for DWI

08 Juin 2017

Officers booked her into the Dallas County Jail at 3:30 a.m. (CDT) on Wednesday where she remained, waiting to see a magistrate.

Dallas police arrested state Rep. Victoria Neave early Wednesday morning for driving while intoxicated.

According to the police report, Neave, who's an attorney, repeatedly told officers, "I love you and I will fight for you and I'm invoking my 5th Amendment rights".

She was booked into the Dallas County Jail at 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday and is now waiting to see a magistrate judge. The arrest warrant described Neave, 36, as having a strong odor of alcohol, unsteady, and with bloodshot eyes and slurred speech, WFAA reported.

"Local Dallas reporter Jason Whitely says that Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez, a Democrat who has had her own stand-offs with Texas Republicans over immigration enforcement policies, let Neave exit jail out of a private exit, allowing her to avoid reporters."

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During the recent legislative session, Neave went on a self-imposed hunger strike for four days to protest the "sanctuary city" bill.

In a video posted on her Facebook page, Neave said she disappointed her family, constituents, supporters and herself.

In a statement, Neave said she was grateful no one was hurt in the single-vehicle accident, and she accepts the consequences of her actions. I disappointed myself. I am deeply sorry.

Neave represents District 107, which covers East Dallas, Mesquite, and Garland, in the Texas House. The measure, Senate Bill 4, later passed and was signed into law.

Dallas State Rep. Victoria Neave Arrested for DWI