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Olympia woman arrested for DUI after driving the wrong way for 18 miles

Posted by Unknown | Mar 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Pamela Drawsby, 60, of Olympia, was arrested after driving eighteen miles the wrong directions while driving under the influence.

Drawsby was found to be driving northbound at speeds up to 100 mph in her white Lincoln LS in the southbound lanes of I-5.  People driving in the southbound lanes flashed their headlights to try to stop Drawsby.  After police unsuccessfully tried to stop her by driving alongside her vehicle in the northbound lanes, spike strips were put down to flatten her tires.

When police approached her vehicle, she was confused and had “no idea what was going on.”  Though there were many close calls, no one was hurt in the incident.

If you have been charged with driving under the influence, contact Seattle DUI lawyers of Cowan Kirk Gaston Law Firm by calling 866-822-1230.

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