CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- One of the Wild and Wonderful Whites was arrested in Mingo County this week for allegedly driving under the influence of several different intoxicants.
Sue Ann White, 44, of Uneeda, known as "Sue Bob" and one of the family members that appeared on the 2009 documentary "The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia," was arrested Monday near Lenore in Mingo County.
She is the youngest sister of Jesco White, also known as the Dancing Outlaw.
Mingo deputies spotted a red Ford Mustang leaving the Marathon Gas Station in Lenore after receiving a tip about a car matching that description being driven by a woman under the influence.
Lts. J.D. Ferris and R.L. Hatfield stopped the car after it crossed the white line, according to a criminal complaint. They identified White as the driver and asked for her vehicle information. The deputies noted her slurred speech and glassy eyes.
White was taken to Williamson Memorial Hospital after failing field sobriety tests.
A urine sample tested positive for benzodiazepines, cannabinoids and opiates, the complaint said. White told deputies she'd smoked marijuana and consumed oxycodone and other prescription pills including Neurontin, which is used to treat seizures.White was charged with driving under the influence and is free on bond.