42-year-old Angelia Sweeney was charged with public intoxication after she was found stumbling and intoxicated in a gas station on North Riverside Drive with no way to get home.
On February 15th, officers responded to the Marathon Gas Station located at 601 North Riverside Drive in reference to a woman stumbling around the gas station. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Angelia Sweeney who was “very emotional,” according to the affidavit. During the conversation, police could smell the odor of alcohol coming from Angelia’s person. Angelia also admitted to drinking heavily. She did not have any ID, a wallet, or phone on her person.
She told police that her boyfriend had all her belongings and that she is from Ohio and has no way to get home. Police made contact with Angelia’s boyfriend who was too intoxicated himself to pick her up from the gas station. Angelia was determined to be a danger to herself and had no alternate way to safely get home therefore was placed into custody and transported to booking.
Angelia Sweeney was arrested and charged with public intoxication. Her bond was set at $439.