Drugs, Alcohol May Be Factor in Woman Crashing Vehicle into Billings Home
Billings Police say that "alcohol or drugs" may have contributed to a crash that sent a vehicle into the side of a house over the weekend, according to a post on Twitter.
The report from Sgt. Reid of the Billings Police Department says that a Yellowstone County woman drove her passenger vehicle into the side of a residence at 110 Hallowell Lane, located near Orchard Elementary School, at 7:12pm on Saturday (6/5).
The passenger vehicle then "rolled on it's top" after hitting the home, and the driver fled on foot, according to the post on @BillingsPD via Twitter. The female driver was quickly located and arrested by Billings Police.
No injuries were reported in the crash, according to BPD Sgt. Reid.
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This story will be updated if more information becomes available.
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