Forty-nine-year-old Susan Martino of Aston was, reportedly, drunk on two pints of Windsor Canadian Whiskey when she crashed her car in the parking lot of a Shop Rite Saturday. Despite her condition and failing a field sobriety test, Martino seemed more concerned for her three legged dog that was in the vehicle at the time of the crash then for her own situation. This will be Martino’s second DUI offense and she will face additional charges of driving on a license that was already suspended for failing to pay her insurance. A tow truck driver brought the three legged Shepherd to a local veterinarian’s office where Martino picked the dog up after being released.
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