On July 9, 2018 at 6:49 p.m., a Hampton Township officer observed a vehicle on Wildwood Road Extension weaving out of it's lane of travel. Upon following the vehicle further onto Middle Road, the officer observed the vehicle to be weaving within it's lane of travel. The vehicle pulled into a business parking lot and was observed to pull into two parking spaces directly in front of the business. The driver then put the vehicle in reverse and backed up, overshooting the parking spaces and drove partially into a grassy area beyond the designated parking. The driver was instructed multiple times by the officer to place the vehicle in park. The officer asked the driver if she was okay. The driver stated that she was fine, and was going to purchase some corn. The officer observed a bag of corn in the back seat of the vehicle. The officer detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the vehicle. The operator was observed to have glassy, bloodshot eyes. When asked for an operator's license, the driver handed the officer her license, and also began to hand the officer a debit card. The operator was asked to step from the vehicle to perform field sobriety tests. The operator was unable to complete field sobriety tests as had been explained and demonstrated and was placed under arrest for DUI.