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Women arraigned for DUI

Pair knock on trooper’s door after auto accident

November 6, 2013
By Beth Christian Broschart - Staff Writer (bbroschart@theintermountain.com) , The Inter-Mountain

PARSONS - Two Parsons women are free on personal recognizance bonds following their arraignments Monday in Tucker County Magistrate Court.

Kandice L. Sponaugle, 24, of 401 Main St., Parsons, was arrested Monday for DUI, third offense, a felony, after she allegedly failed a breath test by registering a 0.187 blood alcohol content.

The criminal complaint alleges Sponaugle backed a white Chevrolet Aveo out of a private drive, across U.S. 72, and over an embankment. It further alleges Sponaugle then exited the vehicle and walked to Trooper J. Kopec's residence.

The complaint alleges that Kopec observed the odor of an alcoholic beverage on Sponaugle's breath. Cpl. Daniel W. Burge traveled to Kopec's residence and the complaint alleges he observed Sponaugle had red, bloodshot, glassy eyes, and had an odor of an alcoholic beverage "protruding (sic) from her breath." The complaint further alleges Sponaugle was swaying while standing and had trouble walking.

Sponaugle was arraigned Monday afternoon before Tucker County Magistrate Carol Irons and is out on a $2,000 personal recognizance bond.

Katie M. Phillips, 22, of 1677 Holly Meadows Road, Parsons, was arrested for DUI, first offense, a misdemeanor, Monday after she allegedly failed a breath test by registering a 0.147 blood alcohol content.

The criminal complaint states that Katie Phillips was driving a white Chevrolet Aveo from U.S. Route 72 into the private driveway of Trooper J. Kopec's residence. It said she exited the vehicle and walked to the trooper's residence.

The complaint alleges that Kopec observed the odor of an alcohol beverage on Phillips' breath. Cpl. Daniel W. Burge traveled to Kopec's residence and the complaint alleges he observed Phillips had "red, bloodshot, glassy eyes," and "had an odor of an alcoholic beverage protruding (sic) from her breath." The complaint further alleges Phillips was swaying while standing and had trouble walking.

Phillips was arraigned Monday before Tucker County Magistrate Carol Irons and is out on a $500 personal recognizance bond.

 
 

 

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