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Tammy Knickerbocker's daughter Lindsey was arrested last month in Orange County. Unfortunately there were no cameras rolling for what would have been spectacular television. Would have been perfect for an episode of COPS. Lindsey was wasted and was driving and hit a bunch of parked cars. So, after hitting them she ran to a friend's house. The police found her at the friend's house so Lindsey decided to punch one of the police officers. Yeah, never a good idea. By the time they got around to testing her blood alcohol level, it was still a .32. Can you imagine what it was before she went out driving? She is lucky she didn't kill anyone. Lindsey, who is 23 was charged with DUI, hit and run, and battery on a police officer.
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