Charlotte woman charged with DUI after vehicle lands in ditch

A Charlotte woman is facing a criminal charge of driving under the influence after her car went into a ditch at Spear Street and James Farm Road, Vermont State Police said.

Last Tuesday night, Susan Randall, 49, refused to take an alcohol breath test after police said she showed signs of impairment, according to State Trooper Vienna Valenti.

State police were called to check out a report of a vehicle in a ditch at Spear Street and James Farm Road at about 11:12 p.m. on June 12. When police arrived at the scene, they determined the vehicle had been towed to the registered owner’s home, Valenti said in a news release.

Additional investigation revealed the driver at the time of the crash was Randall and she showed signs of impairment, police said.

She was taken into custody for suspected DUI and transported to the state police barracks in Williston for processing, Valenti said.

Randall is due in Vermont Superior Court in Burlington on July 3 for arraignment.

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