Police: Driver Clocked Going 111 MPH

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BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio — A police officer stationed on the side of the highway said he clocked a driver going 111 mph and later found her to be impaired.

The officer noticed the vehicle traveling southbound on I-77 at Lacey Lane just before midnight on Sunday.

As he followed the rental car, the officer said the driver swerved in a zigzag pattern before eventually pulling over south of Miller Road.

When asked for her license and insurance information, the driver allegedly handed over two credit cards, a health insurance card and Social Security card.

Her Michigan license was later found in her wallet.

Natalie Frentner, 45, of Aurora, was given a field sobriety test and her blood alcohol content was 0.293, according to the police report.

She was arrested and cited for several offenses, including speed, OVI and weaving.