Florida Deputy Fired After DUI Arrest

On May 17, 2022, now-former Pinellas County Deputy Sheriff Shelby Alyse Coniglio was stopped by Officer Kristin Higgins with the St. Petersburg Police Department. Despite pleading to her status as a deputy sheriff, to having been assembling furniture, and to wearing contact lenses, Coniglio was ultimately cited for careless driving and arrested on suspicion of driving while under the influence.

Even after she invited an officer into her dad’s car with her. ‘Cause that’s something sober people do.

Coniglio submitted to a breath alcohol test; her BAC registered as .206% and .219%.

She was fired.

Coniglio’s next court date is scheduled for January 19, 2023. Did you know she is Italiano?

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34 thoughts on “Florida Deputy Fired After DUI Arrest

  1. There was a huge jump in the time clock from the sidewalk body camera to car time when she first sat in the car. Is timer in the upper right the actual time of night or just a timer starting from when the camera is turned started? 01:38 to 05:38 approximated????????????

  2. Next time she gets hammered and starts driving, she can tell the cops, over and over, that she is a former Pinellas County Deputy!

  3. I don't think she really understood she was really not getting a pass till the cuffs went on. She got serious and respectful when she realized she was not getting out of it

  4. Alcohol can make a good person an absolute idiot. When she sobers up reality will hit. I’m glad she got her breathing exercises in prior to jail, relaxation is key. Unfortunately, She’ll probably get hired in somewhere else, hiring standards have lowered significantly over the last couple years.

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