An Uxbridge woman was charged with a fourth drunk driving offense after driving her car into a sand trap on a golf course. The woman, who was driving with a suspended license, claimed her GPS sent her the wrong way. However, police allege she was drunk. Police report a cup filled with alcohol in the car. The woman is being held on a $10,000.00 bail after pleading not guilty to charges of driving with a suspended license and drunk driving. See full article.
If convicted on the drunk driving charge, the woman faces penalties of not less than 2 years in jail with a one year mandatory minimum sentence, not more than 5 years in state prison, a fine between $1500.00 and $25,000.00, a license suspension for ten years, and loss of vehicle to the Commonwealth.
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