A 52-year-old Ohio woman took her complaint about her boyfriend straight to the police station only to get herself locked up.

Sunday evening an angry woman drove to the Solon, Ohio Police Department to tell law enforcement that her boyfriend yelled at her.  That's when police noticed something about the woman that reminds me of a scene in the movie 'Sweet Home Alabama.'  Remember when Reece Witherspoon's character said, "You have a baby...in a bar."  The Solon police must have had a moment when they thought, "you drove drunk...to a police station."  According to Cleveland.com she was more than a little intoxicated,

The woman had a blood-alcohol content of .260, above the state minimum for drunk driving of .08.

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The 52-year-old Solon woman was charged with Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated.

It's rare for someone to get in trouble right there, inside the police station, right?  You would think so.  However, we covered a story almost a year ago to the day that involved two Ohio teens getting busted making out in the police department stairwell.  Get that full, hilarious story by clicking here.

Sometimes it doesn't happen at the police station, but in front of a police car.  For example, last July a drunk driver peed in front of police after crashing his car in Brook Park, Ohio.  Click here for that full story.

Thank you Ohio for making all of your neighboring states feel better during these tough times.

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