AUTHORITIES in Bainbridge, Ohio say a drunken woman, who was wearing shear clothing, a g-string and wedge heels, led them on a high speed chase along Route 422 prior to her arrest.
According to Chief Jon Bokovitz of the Bainbridge Police Department, Erin B. Holdsworth, 28, of Hiram, was taken into custody on Tuesday, October 11 after she led authorities on a chase that reached 128 mph.
Bokovitz says that Geauga County Sheriff's deputies assisted Bainbridge officers by laying stop sticks across Route 422 in Auburn Township. Holdsworth struck the stop sticks and both tires on the left side of her vehicle were disabled. She pulled to the side of the road a short time later.
When officers approached her vehicle, according to Bokovitz, they discovered that she was nearly topless, covered by only a see-through tube top, and wearing g-sting panties and wedge heels.
Holdsworth's docket filed in Chardon Municipal court says she has been charged with one count each of OVI, refusing a blood alcohol content test, fleeing and alluding, criminal damaging, driving under a suspended license, speeding and reckless operation.