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Johnson City woman charged with DUI after convenience market crash

October 18th, 2011 2:40 pm by Staff Report

Johnson City woman charged with DUI after convenience market crash

A Johnson City woman was arrested Monday on a DUI charge after she crashed her car into a North Roan Street convenience market, police said in a report.
Deborah B. Martin, 50, 307 Ivanhoe Drive, was charged with second offense DUI and driving on a revoked license.
Police were called to the Roadrunner Market at 2900 N. Roan St. about 10:45 p.m. Monday as dispatchers reported that a white Honda had struck the side of the building and the driver was attempting to leave.
Police arrived to find Martin's Honda Accord in the parking lot with extensive damage to the left front fender and a blown tire. The car had left North Roan, crossed the curb, went through some shrubs and landscaping before hitting the building, police said in the report.
After giving Martin a field sobriety and blood alcohol tests, police conducted a records check and found that Martin had a previous DUI conviction, according to the report.
Martin was jailed in the Washington County Detention Center without bond pending a Sessions Court appearance Wednesday.

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