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Drunk driver goes 18 miles on I-5 in the wrong direction

Incident happened Wednesday morning around 2am.  Pamela Drawsby was driving on I-5 in the wrong direction.  Troopers reported to the vehicle, they tried their sirens, spotlights and the PA system but nothing worked in getting Drawsby's attention.  Drawsby's speed reached up to 100 mph.  According to troopers Drawsby was all over the place.  She was lucky she didn't crash into an oncoming vehicle. 

Troopers were finally able to stop the vehicle, a white Lincoln LS by using spike strips to flatten the tires. Drawsby was confused and drunk. 

Drawsby was booked into Pierce County Jail, and was charged with driving under the influence.  She might face additional charges of reckless endangerment. 


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