Macon > Transgender Speeder Causes Confusion

| May 17, 2015


Joe Kovac, Macon Telegraph

MACON — The silver Volkswagen Beetle was doing 75 in a 55-mile-an-hour zone. A Bibb County sheriff’s deputy pulled the car over at the intersection of Ga. 247 and Allen Road the evening of April 23.

According to an incident report, the cop smelled alcohol coming from the car and asked the driver her name. When the deputy checked the name it came back to a man.

“Yeah, I know,” the driver replied, “that is me. I had an operation … that gave me (breasts) and cut my (penis) off. I go through this every time I get pulled over.”

The deputy, in his report, said he told the driver the man listed on her license was 6 feet tall and that “she was nowhere near that.”

The 5-foot-4 driver said, “Yeah, I lied about how tall I was when I went to get (that) license.”

Other deputies arrived and used a fingerprint scanner to identify the woman as a 48-year-old from Kathleen. A deputy noted “the strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from her breath.” She was then given some sobriety tests, but refused others and said, “Take me to jail.”

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  1. Frank says:

    Oh well, she tried.