2 women charged after friend calls 911 on herself for being 'too drunk to drive'

By Christin Edwards - Associate Producer
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Marissa Ann Sluss (left) and Hannah Marie Webb (right)

FRIENDSWOOD - Two women are facing charges after one of them called the police on herself on Thursday, Friendswood police said.

Police said Marissa Ann Sluss, 25, called them stating she was not safe to drive her vehicle. Sluss said her friend, Hannah Marie Webb, 20, who was in the vehicle with her, told her she was too intoxicated to drive.

Officers said they found the women stopped in the middle of the road on the 100 block of West Parkwood Avenue. Sluss was on her phone and smelled of alcohol, investigators said.

She told the officer she called police because Webb was not “complying,” police said.

Both were arrested after Sluss failed sobriety tests and Webb was also found to be intoxicated, investigators said.

Sluss is charged with driving while intoxicated and Webb is charged with public intoxication.

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