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Sonoma Valley Darwin Awards, Part II

This is the second

of a two-part series

Chronic drug use is known to reduce cognitive acuity, and that appeared to be the case with a Sonoma woman arrested three times in six weeks and then twice in two weeks, apparently trying her best to test the popular definition of insanity.

The woman was arrested on Jan. 3 on drug charges and then, when she failed to make a court appearance, was re-arrested on Jan. 31, also on numerous drug charges. She then apparently failed to make her next court appearance, and was re-arrested on Feb. 13 – again on numerous drug charges.

Sheriff’s deputies then received information that the woman was at a motel in the 500 block of Second Street West so, at about 4:20 p.m. on Feb. 13, they went there and knocked on the front door. The woman in question, and three associates, decided at that moment it might be wise to exit through the back door. It wasn’t, as a Sheriff’s deputy was waiting there too.


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