New arrest for Californian woman who has had an accident with drunk driver killing sister
California police have announced the arrest of the 20-year-old woman who made a name for herself in a drunken traffic accident that she had livestreamed on social media at the time.
Obdulia Sanchez, 20, found she was again in trouble with the law after the Stockton police said they wanted to stop a car she drove early Wednesday.
Just three weeks ago, Sanchez was released from jail after being drunk for two years driving. She was convicted of manslaughter.
CALIFORNIA WOMAN, 19, WHO LIVESTREAMED DUI CRASH IS RELEASED ON PAROLE AFTER 26 MONTHS] The police in Stockton said a search by Obdulia Sanchez & # 39; vehicle resulted in a loaded firearm.
(Stockton Police Department)
Stockton police said Sanchez was detained and persecuted after police officers attempted to "kill them for violating the vehicle code" KFSN-TV reported that they had signs and A red light will stop and leave the road as it heads for a ramp to I-5.
"A male passenger got out of her vehicle and ran onto Interstate 5, and he made his escape well, but our officers were able to get in and arrest Ms. Sanchez, who was the driver "Officer Joe Silva told the station.
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Cops reported that the license plate had expired and Sanchez was driving with a revoked driver's license. They said they also found a gun in the car.
Sanchez was confronted with weapons and transport costs.
In 2017, Sanchez drunk on Instagram with a livestream when she lost control and overturned the car. Her sister Jacqueline, 14, was ejected and killed.
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The graphic video then shows how Sanchez tries to revive her sister, and she asks her to wake up and say she killed her sister and Wanted to "go to jail," said the Merced Sun star.