http://www.knbc.com/news/15163680/detail.html Woman Calls 911 To Turn Herself In For Drunken Driving Police Show Up At Woman's Home, Give Her Ticket POSTED: 7:07 am PST January 29, 2008 UPDATED: 7:12 am PST January 29, 2008 FOX LAKE, Wis. -- A Wisconsin woman was ticketed after she called 911 while driving home from a bar to report that she may be too drunk to drive, authorities said. Caller: I just want to know if somebody can follow me home because somebody seems to think I can't drive home straight. 911 Operator: OK, why is that? Caller: He seems to think I am too intoxicated to drive. 911 Operator: OK, and so you called 911, or he called 911? Caller: Well, he wanted me to call 911 because he thinks I'm too drunk to drive. The woman, Pat Dykstra, said she wasn't sure what would happen when she made the call."I don't really think I was thinking that much at the time," she said. Dykstra gave such a good description that police found her at her home and gave her a Breathalyzer test. She had a blood alcohol level of .14, which is over the state's legal driving limit of .08 percent. She said she's not sure if the drunken driving ticket was really fair, however. By the time police gave her the ticket, her car was parked in the garage. "I was home already in my pajamas going to bed," Dykstra said. Dodge County Sheriff Todd Nehls said Dykstra did the right thing. "I think a judge will look at her and say, 'You know what? You stepped up to the plate. You did the right thing,'" Nehls said. "I think it's commendable." Dykstra was even safety minded when she called 911. Caller: I don't like being on the phone while I'm driving. 911 Operator: OK, well, I can certainly let you go, Pat. I don't want to cause you ... Caller: I would appreciate that because I don't like driving on the phone. So would she drink and dial 911 again? "It's good in a way, but if I'd thought about it, it wasn't good for my driving record," Dykstra said.