A Bowling Green State University student was arrested on multiple charges after she reportedly stole a catering truck while intoxicated over the weekend.
Monique Vanderhulst, 19, with a BGSU address, was arrested and charged with felony receiving stolen property, OVI/refusal, falsification, underage under the influence, and prohibited acts following the incident, which was reported at 6:35 p.m. Saturday.
According to police, the truck, belonging to All Occasions Catering, Waldo, had been taken from the 400 block of East Court Street, where it had been left running while the owner was inside of a nearby building.
The vehicle later pulled into BGSU Parking Lot A, where Bowling Green police conducted a stop of the truck.
The vehicle had reportedly been observed striking a vehicle and running over curbs in another BGSU parking lot, and losing contents.
Vanderhulst reportedly admitted to police that she had been drinking that day, and was reportedly found to be in possession of a fake Illinois ID which said she was 21.
She told police that she did not know the vehicle was a truck and that she thought it was a car.
She was taken to jail after refusing a breath test at the Bowling Green Police Division.