I was on my way home from work the other day and came across someone who was clearly inebriated or otherwise altered to the point that they could not properly operate their vehicle. You'll see a bit of that in this clip I got before I turned off recording and used my phone to call 911 (which is what one is told to do when identifying a driver as being under the influence). This woman (I pulled up next to her to get a description at one point) was all over the road, several times passing over the double yellow and narrowly avoided a few head-on collisions. She couldn't maintain her speed or her lane position, nearly stopped at every traffic light, green or not and just roamed around aimlessly for miles. After calling and reporting her, I followed for a while to see if when she got stopped...and it never happened. It got to the point where I couldn't just keep following this person and went home. What struck me as odd was how the operator didn't stay on the line with me so I could keep relaying info so that an officer could be dispatched and locate her. I was just thanked for my call and that was it. And naturally, after hanging up, the woman would make a turn down a totally different road and heading in a totally new direction. I had never called anyone in like this and was incredibly disappointed by the lack of response. I actually called a 2nd time when she had made so many changes of direction that I knew nobody would ever find her and got the same response. I gave license number, vehicle and driver description and the streets and cross streets we were on...and that was it. Is that really how police and dispatchers track down drunk drivers? If so, I don't see the point in reporting anyone. I guess it takes an actual collision or someone getting hurt before they take things seriously.