Riegert is being held in the Butler County Jail in lieu of $200,000 bond set last week in Hamilton Municipal Court.
She is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Butler County Common Pleas Court on the indicted charges.
According to the report, Riegert was driving westbound and weaving. The vehicle went off the right side of the road and left of center several times, then struck Perry and fled.
Officers located Riegert at her home on Curtis Avenue, where she told them she had been to the Towne Pub had “four Seven and Sevens (alcoholic drinks),” according to the police report.
When she returned home, Riegert ate Salisbury steak and milk, but had not consumed any additional alcohol, according to police.
Officers told Riegert her vehicle had been involved in a crash, and she asked, “Where?” She then want to see the vehicle. Riegert went outside with officers and observed damage to her car parked at the curb.
“Defendant was unsteady on her feet,” an officer said in the report.