EASTLAKE -- It's never a good idea to argue with police but one driver argued that she performed the field sobriety tests better than the police officer who demonstrated them to her.
Just before 2 a.m. Wednesday, a police officer running radar on state Route 2 saw a car coming up behind him.
He saw that the car began driving off the right side of the roadway toward the cruiser, driving over the rumble strips and nearly striking the rear end of the cruiser.
He followed the car and finally got the driver to stop at the top of the state Route 91 exit ramp.
Field sobriety tests were performed on the woman driver, 45, from Euclid, who wanted to argue that she performed the tests better than the officer who demonstrated them to her.
She failed the tests and was taken into custody for suspicion of OVI.
She was processed at the police department, refused a Breathalyzer test, and was held in custody until sober and bond could be met.