DUI | 911 Dispatcher Involved In Crash, Charged With DUI
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A Metro 911 runner is charged with DUI after crashing in to a ensure rail early Monday sunrise in Williamson County nearby the Davidson County line.
Police mentioned Katherine Warren, 26, was traveling easterly on Temple Road when she ran the end pointer at the intersection of Old Natchez Trace and struck the ensure rail.
“From the scrutiny so far, what you think happened is Ms. Warren was traveling down Temple Road, and it appears she ran a end sign, crossed over Old Natchez and in to a ensure rail,” mentioned Sharon Puckett with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department.
A passerby beheld the collision and called military around 4 a.m.
Responding officers found Warren in her automobile with cuts and bruises.
She was ecstatic to Williamson Medical Center for treatment. A blood representation was moreover taken from Warren.
According to a Puckett, Warren told officers she got off work around 11 p.m., had a couple of drinks at a club in Bellevue and was on her way home.
Officials mentioned she has worked as a Metro runner for over 3 years.
Warren was still wearing her dispatch unvaried when the accident occurred.
“She’s disregarded a polite service order so you will be receiving disciplinary action after you speak to her and scrutinize the situation,” Director of Metro Emergency Communications Duane Phillips said.
Authorities suspected she might have struck something else previous to collision since the passenger-side counterpart was moreover broken.
Police were seeking for a probable effect place along her route.
Phillips told Nashville’s News 2 Warren has been in difficulty at work in the past.
“She’s had a couple small teenager infractions,” he said.
Officials mentioned Warren will be authorised to lapse to her job tentative an investigation.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office mentioned Warren has until Thursday to give up and be requisitioned on the DUI charge.
Warren’s justice date has been scheduled for May 3.