UPDATE: June 21, 2021 3:46 p.m.
A judge made a condition of Mayberry’s release on bond a requirement she must install an intoxication test lock device on any car she drives and must not consume any alcoholic beverages.
WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — A Wichita Falls woman is jailed in an apparent drive-through rage incident.
Jamie Mayberry, also known as Amanda Mullins and other names, was booked into jail Monday, June 21, 2021, on charges of DWI with children under 15 and leaving the scene of an accident.
Police said it began around Sunday night at the Jack In The Box on Lawrence.
When they arrived, officers said a Chrysler 200 was in the drive-through line facing the wrong direction, and it had extensive damage in the rear quarter panel.
Employees said the car left and returned about 15 minutes later and made an order for items totaling more than $100.
The driver went past all the windows and toward the street, then suddenly came back through
The drive-through line in the wrong direction and a bottle of alcohol was thrown at a worker.
The driver tried to leave going the wrong way, but the other end was blocked by a vehicle, and the car began backing up and hit a pole next to the building.
The occupants then got out and ran away on foot. An employee said she saw two black women and at least one child running.
Police searched the area and said they found a group matching the descriptions behind a strip mall at 3201 Lawrence Road.
Officers said they identified three juveniles who had been in the car, ages 9, 13 and 14.
Officers said Mullins admitted being the driver and said she went into the drive-through the wrong way to give money to the employee, but her oldest daughter put the vehicle into reverse, causing the accident.
She said they ran off because they thought her daughter would get into trouble.
Officers said Mayberry’s eyes were red and glassy she also admitted drinking two double shots of gin at a party earlier and failed two of three field sobriety test indicators.