The officer, who was also white, asked the girl what her race had to do with the situation.
A drunk driver stopped by police told officers she should not be arrested because she was a "clean, thoroughbred white girl".
The police report noted Cutshaw's eyes were glassy and bloodshot, her breath reeked of booze, and she slurred her speech.
Bluffton Police Department record states that police officers pulled the woman over on Boundary Street after they saw her vehicle go through a four-way stop at 60 miles per hour, 30 miles an hour over the speed limit, as reported by the The Island Packet last Monday, Aug. 6.More news: What did we learn about Josh Gordon from Hard Knocks?
When officers approached the woman's vehicle, they noticed that the driver's eyes appeared bloodshot and glassy, she was slurring her speech and the interior of her auto reeked of alcohol.
"Please, I don't want to know what it's like", Cutshaw said.
When she was pulled over, Ms Cutshaw's blood alcohol level registered at 0.18% - the legal limit is 0.08% - and she failed sobriety tests.
It's not that she allegedly blew through a stop sign at 60 miles an hour that's making headlines. When questioned about the size of the glasses that contained the two drinks, Cutshaw said, "I mean I was celebrating my birthday".More news: Arsenal chief Burgess: No pushback from players over Emery's new training methods
Ms Cutshaw told officers she had flawless grades her whole life, was a cheerleader and sorority girl, had graduated from a "high accredited university" and that her partner was a police officer, according to a law enforcement report viewed by local news site The Island Packet.
The police report stated that when her auto was pulled over, she was slurring her words and her eyes were bloodshot and glossy.
She was arrested nevertheless, with the officer listing her excuses because they "further demonstrate the suspect's level of intoxication".
The woman was taken to Beaufort County Detention Center but was no longer in custody as of Tuesday.More news: British Open sends the wrong Tommy Fleetwood large sum of prize money
White or not, thoroughbred or not, Bluffton Police arrested our collective "white" hero on charges of speeding, disregarding a stop sign, simple possession of marijuana, driving under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia.