On May 25th, 2019 at approximately 0210 hrs, an officer from the Upper Makefield Twp Police Department was conducting a vehicle stop on River Rd in the area of General DeFermoy Rd. As the officer was conducting the stop, a vehicle passed both the officer and stopped vehicle at a high rate of speed and failed to move over to pass safely. As the officer was entering back into his patrol vehicle, he was advised by a responding officer to assist, that the vehicle passed him at a high rate of speed. The initial officer got behind the vehicle on Rt 532 and activated the police vehicle's emergency lights. The vehicle continued at a high rate of speed, and due to the vehicle failing to stop, the officer then activated the police vehicle's siren. The vehicle continued through the intersection at Taylorsville Rd, where then the vehicle's lights were observed to have been turned off twice, all while the vehicle was observed all over the roadway. Once at Washington Xng Rd and Little Rd, the vehicle came to an abrupt stop. The officer approached the vehicle and identified the driver as one, Amber Shockley of Yardley, who displayed physical signs of alcohol consumption in addition to an odor of alcohol. Based upon the failure of field dexterity testing and all of the officer's initial observations, Shockley was placed under arrest for the suspicion of driving under the influence to a degree that rendered her incapable of safe driving. Once back at the Upper Makefield Twp. Police Department, Shockley consented to a blood test.