Woman gives deputies false name, hit with DUI, possession of heroin
A woman driving with a suspended license was arrested on April 6 after she was stopped by deputies and failed several sobriety exercises, according to an arrest report by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies stopped Cheyenne Lemon, 27, of Daytona Beach, near Deen Road and West Highway 100 in Bunnell after observing Lemon swerving in and out of the lane. Lemon told deputies her name was Tinsley Renay Cribbs and said her birthday was on Sept. 15, 1986. However, the real Tinsley, whose middle name is Regina, was born on Sept. 16, 1986.
She struggled to perform several sobriety exercises, including the horizontal gaze nystagmus, walk-and-turn, one-leg stand, finger-to-nose and the modified Romberg balance.
Upon a search of Lemon’s purse, deputies found four syringes, three small plastic bags containing what was confirmed to be cocaine, one metal spoon with burn marks and white residue, and one glass pipe with burn marks and white residue. Inside one of the syringes was a clear liquid that tested positive as heroin.
After arriving at the Flagler County Inmate Facility, Lemon agreed to use an intoxilyzer. The results were .000 BAC.
She was charged with giving a false name while detained, felony driving with a suspended license, driving under the influence, possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.