Jessica Jones Faces Possible DUI Charges in Horse Lake Road Crash
Wenatchee, WA (March 23, 2021) – On Saturday, two drivers were injured while 39-year-old Jessica Jones of Cashmere was a suspect in a DUI crash on Horse Lake Road.
Apparently, a shoplifting act started the incident.
Jones fled from the store after managers when they accused her of stealing items.
She ran a red light at the Horse Lake Road and Wenatchee Avenue intersection. As a result, her vehicle, a 2005 Monte Carlo, crashed into two other vehicles.
The drivers of the two vehicles incurred minor injuries.
Meanwhile, Jones admitted using heroin and methamphetamine before the accident happened.
Officers said Jones faces possible charges of DUI, hit and run, and driving without a valid license.
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Dealing With DUI Crash
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