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A Michigan woman is on probation for a drunken-driving conviction and nearly got away with having a few drinks on St. Patrick’s Day — until she bragged about passing a breath test on Facebook.

Colleen Cudney, 22 — who has been under strict orders to not drink since her 2012 conviction — was apparently so pleased with beating the Breathalyzer at a Westland probation office that she had to brag on the social media site on March 18.

According to WDIV-TV:

“Buzz killer for me, I had to breathalyze (sic) this morning and I drank yesterday but I passed thank god lol my dumba@@,” she wrote.

But a local police officer spotted the status update soon after Cudney posted it and alerted the probation office.

A probation officer called Cudney in order to schedule an immediate urine test — which could detect any alcohol consumed within an 80-hour period — but the woman hung up.

By ignoring the orders, Cudney was arrested for violating her probation terms — which were expected to end in just a few weeks.

She was scheduled to appear in court on April 1.

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11 thoughts on “Michigan Woman Arrested After Bragging On Facebook That She Passed Breathalyzer

    • Don’t think he was trying to track her down. Just happen to be on face book along with thousands of hiring managers, department managers, personnel managers, loan officers, all kinds of people who can put your ass in a sling for doing ignorant mess. They don’t have to try very hard to “find incriminating evidence”. All they have to do is log on. No matter how hard you try, you just can’t fix stupid.

      • So you think every time someone passes a breathalyzer, the police go on face book to track ’em down to see if they posted about how they got drunk and passed the test. Seriously?

      • “A local police officer spotted the status update soon after Cudney posted it.”

        Keywords: Spotted. Soon after Cudney posted it.

        I doubt Cudney would befriend a local police officer on Facebook. Not unless she’s that stupid. She’s made it clear she has no qualms with defying the law. And even if her status was posted publicly, in order for this local police officer to find her, he’d have to plug her name on Facebook in the search category.

        I think you’ve generalized my comment with a (far fetched) assumption. How you derived with the notion that I believe all police officers track down individuals who passed a breathalyzer is lost on me. But hey, naturally, we’re all entitled to our opinions.

  1. Reblogged this on moxie supper and commented:
    So the police are connected also! –such “social awareness” and participation… Be careful what you post! –what you serve on the plate! –not taking sides, but some things perhaps shouldn’t go on the menu…

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