One of the United States’ worst DUI offenders tried to fill her car up with kerosene


I have zero respect for people who look away from the camera in their mug shot. Zero. I think it should be a law that you have to look into the camera when you get charged with a crime. You did the crime, you own the time. Isn’t that the saying? This Minnesota lady is gonna do some time. She’s known as one of the United States’ worst DUI offenders. And Monday morning the 41-year-old woman was PTFO’d in her car at a gas station. You know, most people fill their vehicle with gas or maybe diesel but nah this lady who has six DUIs in six different states thought she’d tried something new. So she tried to fill her car with kerosene. Why the fuk not? You never know what’s gonna get you better gas mileage if you don’t try something new.

Around 9:27 a.m. Monday, Riverside police received a 911 call reporting a woman was passed out behind the wheel of her car at a gas station. When officers arrived, the woman was alert and conscious, sitting in her car with the keys in the ignition and car running. According to police, it looked as if she tried to fill her 2005 Nissan Maxima with kerosene, not gasoline.


Police asked her to step out of the car and noted she was “in total disarray, not wearing shoes, and her clothes were literally falling off her.”


The woman, identified as 41-year-old Tasha Lynn Schleicher, told police she had 11 children and couldn’t find them. Witnesses said there were no children present at any time, but Schleicher continued to insist she had children with her.


After she refused to perform a field sobriety test, she was placed under arrest and brought to the station. Police scanned her fingerprint, which revealed her revoked driver’s license and outstanding warrants from three states.


She had six prior DUI arrests out of six states: Kentucky, Wisconsin, Indiana, Oregon, California and Minnesota. She was also wanted on three out-of-state warrants: Nebraska for violation of court order, Idaho for failure to appear for a prior drunk driving charge and Oregon for failure to appear on a prior drunk driving arrest.


Schleicher could not explain why she was in Illinois and continued to insist she was with her children. Police confirmed with Minnesota Child Protective Services that her children had been taken away from her due to the prior DUI arrest in Minnesota in 2017.


According to police, she uses multiple alias names, birth dates and nine separate social security numbers. When arrested, she gave a fictitious name and was only identified through her fingerprints.

Usually if my clothes are falling off at the end of a Friday night that means it was a helluva night. But I’m not passed out in the drivers seat with liquor bottles covering the floor mats. I do give this lady like a sliver in my middle finger of credit for having different alias names, birth dates and nine. Yes nine. I said nine. Nine social security numbers. Hot damn gimme some of that.


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