Trooper Thomas Laskey appeared at the Altoona home March 20 after a witness reported seeing a red Chevrolet Monte Carlo driving erratically at speeds as high as 90 mph on Interstate 99 and followed the vehicle, Philly.com reported Monday.
The trooper said Monica Barnhart, 40, appeared intoxicated when she answered the door in her underwear, handed him two yellow roses and told him she had been entertaining a "cop fantasy."
Police said Barnhart, who eventually told police she had been driving the Monte Carlo, had a blood alcohol content of 0.356 percent, more than four times the 0.08 legal limit.
Barnhart was charged with driving under the influence and multiple traffic violations.
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