The wait is over! Without further ado, Ms. Lujan’s award-winning performance continues in Part III.
Part One: http://tiny.cc/thefirstpart
Part Two: http://tiny.cc/parttwo
(Unfortunately, footage for a Part IV does not exist.)
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40 thoughts on “Field Sobriety Test Gold Medalist, Part III”
She says in Spanish, "Esta bien?"
Looks like a professional police officer handling an unenvious situation.
This officer should be training all officers. He has the most patience I’ve ever seen.
Hope she gets the help she needs. A÷ to the officer.
This officer is the kindest ,most patient that I have ever seen! Amazing!!!♥️
Good Lord she's exhausting.
I dont smoke or drink. But I need a 🚬 and 💉(blood) in my 🍷/🍺 ( alcohol) after this 3 part show ( if you saw part ll you'll understand). Truly exhausted. I think we all are including, Ms. Lujan and the officer.
Officer- much respect for you 👍.
This officer should be given a certificate at a ceremony in his honor. Very nice, kind, patient, understanding. He even asked for security help so she doesnt get hurt. This police force and his wife are so so lucky!
I feel bad for her. She honestly thinks she's been mistreated. She doesnt understand how kind and caring he's been to her.
Thank God he got that violent criminal off the streets and made some $$$ for the government in the process
"Okay Mam, you've never had any brain injury?"🐜
Nobody gives af about this officers word you don’t take someone that passes the sobriety field test
This officer is exemplary. He was so firm, yet completely respectful and concerned. I think there are underlying mental issues in this case. She may have been self medicating. I pray that the officer gets full recognition of his superb performance in handling this very difficult situation and that this poor woman gets the help she so desperately needs.
F**** with a 61-year-old woman
All of these three parts , could have taken place at roadside in less than ten minutes. Drug swab and breathalyser
Good luck with the claim of Police brutality. Good luck with the Judge. Poor officer dealing with this combative offender. 10 out of 10 viewing.
Is she coughing at 10:18 or quacking like a duck?
Officer: She whacked me with my hat.
Her: You treated me with police brutality
@26:58 that was the strangest cough I ever heard. I turned my head for a minute then thought she was laughing. I hope she gets some help though
What is the out come of this?
That cop is a sweetheart
He is an exceptional officer, so kind and respectful, and he calmed her down with the way he treated her.
If you noticed that they blocked out the part when putting her in the back seat .. I don't trust most cops. I've even had the chief of police stalking me after calling the police and ambulance to get help for my son.
Find myself rooting for her and that she's not under the influence of anything.
after the blood draw I think the red bull wore off
Could not pay me enough!
What was her BAC?
The officer should enlist the support of a medic to assess the lady and a social worker as she appears vulnerable. Contact her family and get her history.
It could be early onset dementia and just has not been diagnosed/ treated. Bless her heart. And blessings to the officer who exhibited the patience of a saint 💝
She wouldn’t have been able to tighten the cuffs had he double locked them.
I made it to part 3 without laughing…but "can you state your name for the record?" made me lose it.
I fell so bad for her, i am however thankful that she was taken off the road for the safety of herself and the public. I hope she gets the help she deserves. I wish I could give her a hug. The officer was a stand up officer and gentlemen… very respectful and patient.
She went from 100 to 10 real quick. Really sad. That officer was really amazing with her.
So sad at the end, she pouting Omg. He so nice😇
Did it ever occur to anyone the officer was being extra nice because of the cameras? Cops are human just like us. I would imagine if there were no cameras, you would of witnessed more "human" during the interaction and less acting.
The first video was funny. Now its just down-right sad to watch. This lady needs help. I hope the right people step in.
There wouldn't be enough money in the world to pay me to do this job
Such a striking resemblance to Nancy Pelosi…
In the video of her in back, she slipped the cuffs under the blanket.
Ma'am! Ma'am! Do you know how to say NO?… … "ner".. : (
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