Loretta Lacy, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was recently racing on the I-90 to Racine, Wisconsin to make it in time for her granddaughter’s formal dance that evening.
Lacy was first stopped in Martin County after police received multiple complaints of her speeding, and weaving in and out of traffic.
Lacy was ticketed for speeding at 112 mph, not having insurance and possession of marijuana, reports CBS Minnesota.
About 20 miles later, was ticketed again for speeding at 99 mph and no proof of insurance.
Lacy was ticketed a third time, 70 minutes later, for speeding at 88 mph and not having insurance in Freeborn County.
The fourth ticket came before she entered Wisconsin. She was going 88 mph in a 70 mph zone.
State Patrol Lieutenant Eric Roeske said the offenses are petty misdemeanors, so Lacy wasn’t jailed.