Published: Apr 16, 2014 10:17 AM EDT
Updated: Apr 16, 2014 10:18 AM EDT

ESTERO, FL - The Lee County Sheriff's deputy who arrested Nancy Vaughn said he was responding to an erratic driver call along Williams Road when he witnessed Vaughn weaving in and out of her lane and travelling well below the posted 45 mile per hour speed limit. He pulled Vaughn's over and wrote in his report that when he asked her to get out of the car she had trouble standing. The deputy also went on to say Vaughn could not successfully complete a field sobriety test. According to the arresting deputy, Vaughn's breathalyzer test was 3 times the legal limit.

This is Vaughn's second DUI arrest in less than a year. In October a judge suspended her license for a year. It is unclear whether the judge also granted Vaughn a provisional license that would have allowed her to drive to work. Lee County School district officials say when Vaughn is released from jail she will be placed on administrative reassignment while an internal investigation is conducted.