Becky Buescher, 45, of New Caney was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
DWI on Saturday Night, LIVINGSTON, October 18, 2008 - Shortly before 11 pm on Saturday, October 18, 2008 calls came in to the Polk County Sheriff's Office about a truck that was driving recklessly on US-59 north-bound coming out of San Jacinto County and into Polk County. DPS Trooper Kevin Burman spotted the truck and pulled over a red 1990 Chevy 3500 duly truck driven by Becky Buescher, 45, of New Caney. Burman pulled the truck over on Business 59 in Livingston at Brock Street. Buescher had open cans of beer and was intoxicated. A short time later, DPS Sergeant Nita Bowen arrived to assist Burman in searching the vehicle. The truck had several empty beer cans in the back, and in the cab. In addition there was a cooler in the back that had more than a dozen cans of beer and some saddle bags in the back with cans of beer. Buescher was handcuffed and placed under arrest for suspicion of driving while intoxicated. A rollback wrecker from Bounds Autoplex arrived to tow the truck and it will be stored at Harwood Wrecker Service in Livingston. At one point Buescher was screaming profanity at Trooper Burman and demanded that the wrecker driver stay out of her truck. Burman, in typical DPS manner kept his composure and calmly explained to Buescher that the wrecker driver needed to get inside the truck in order to prep the vehicle for towing. The scene was cleared before midnight.