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California police have announced the arrest of a 20-year-old woman, who earned fame after the deaths of her younger sister in a drunken driving crash that she was live streaming at the moment on social media.
Obdulia Sanchez, 20, was in trouble with the law again after the Stockton police department said that they have tried to stop the car she was driving early Wednesday.
Just three weeks ago, the Guard had emerged from prison on parole after serving two years of a six-year sentence in drunk driving case. She was convicted and sentenced for the murder.
CALIFORNIA WOMAN, 19, WHO IS ON-LINE DUI CRASH THAT KILLED SISTER, BE RELEASED ON PAROLE AFTER 26 MONTHS
Stockton police said a search of Obdulia Sanchez ‘ vehicle was found with a loaded firearm.
(Stockton Police Department)
Stockton police said the Guard went down, and then continued when the officers tried to pull over for a vehicle code violation.”
Police said the chase ended with the Guards that is accused of blowing through two stop signs and red lights, and the off-the-road as they are in the direction of the I-5 entrance ramp, KFSN-TV reported.
“A male passenger exited the car and headed to I-5, and he did a good his escape, but our officers were able to get into the vehicle, and the arrest, Ms. Sanchez, who was the driver,” Officer Joe Silva told the station.
GOING TO JAIL AND THE WOMAN, 19, WHO HAS BEEN ON-LINE FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING CRASH THAT KILLED SISTER
The police said that the car’s license plates were expired, and now there was a driving with a revoked driver’s license. She told me that she found a gun in the car, at the train station.
The guard was confronted with the weapons and traffic charges.
In 2017 and now there was a live streaming of himself on Instagram of driving drunk when she lost control, causing the vehicle to flip. Her older sister, Jacqueline, 14, was ejected and killed.
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The graphic video shows the Guard trying to revive, and her sister, telling her to wake up, and tell them that she killed her sister, and go to jail,” the Merced Sun-Star reported.