NORFOLK, Neb. -- A woman was arrested on Monday in Norfolk after her blood alcohol levels were reportedly more than twice the legal limit while she was driving.

The Norfolk Police Division said officers were sent to the area of 1300 W Omaha Ave. at 7:10 p.m. on Monday after several reports of a pickup truck that was driving at high rates of speed with a wheel missing.

Officers said they received another call that the vehicle was at 13th St. and Norfolk Ave. One more report came in stating that the vehicle had reached Koenigstein Ave. and was going east.

According to authorities, an officer was driving south on 7th St., toward Norfolk Ave., when the truck turned north and came towards the officer. The vehicle reportedly crossed over the centerline and was headed towards the officer's car.

Police said the truck appeared to be speeding up and out of control. The officer reported swerving to the right side of the road in order to avoid a collision and the truck went back into it's original lane.

NPD said a traffic stop was done near 9th St. and Prospect Ave. The driver was 34-year-old Brenda Sixtos, of Norfolk.

According to authorities, Sixtos had a revoked license and seemed to be under the influence of alcohol. A chemical test reportedly resulted in a 0.193 blood alcohol content level.

Officials said the pickup that Sixtos was driving had recently been stolen.

Sixtos was arrested for theft by unlawful taking, enhanced third offense driving under the influence of alcohol, criminal mischief, and driving during revocation. She was also cited for willful reckless driving.