NASSAU COUNTY, Fla. -- A Nassau County commissioner will be back in court Monday following her D.U.I. arrest.
Stacy Johnson was arrested in her driveway in June, after deputies followed her home late one night. A 911 call from a concerned driver claimed a Toyota SUV like Johnson's was swerving and nearly hit another car.
The District 3 County Commissioner was placed in handcuffs and hauled to jail after refusing to take a field sobriety test. Later, she also refused a breathalyzer.
In the 40-minute police dash cam video, Johnson bashes her employer and claims she was framed.
"I'm not afraid. I hate this job. I hate this county. I hate it," she tells the deputy. "Do you know I get pulled over every other night? I get pulled over because they want something on me."
The deputy then asks if she thinks she's been framed.
"Yeah, I do. I think I've been set up."
Sheriff Tommy Seagraves says Johnson asked him to cover up the reported fist fight earlier in
Johnson is expected to appear before Judge Granville C. Burgess next Monday morning at 9 a.m.
Her term as Commissioner is up in November and Action News is told she is not running for re-election.