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Local Deputies: 'Woman Who Crashed Into Power Pole Was Very Drunk'

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© Exclusive photo of the suspect being arrested moments after the crash © Exclusive photo of the suspect being arrested moments after the crash
© Photo of Avista crews working on fixing the downed power pole © Photo of Avista crews working on fixing the downed power pole

KHQ.COM - A woman is in custody after Sheriff's deputies say she crashed her vehicle into a power pole on Glenrose and 31st on Friday morning.

The woman tells authorities that she was the victim of a robbery before getting in her vehicle. Authorities say that the woman was "very drunk and not making sense at all."

KHQ obtained exclusive images of the woman being arrested. At this hour she has not been identified. As soon as we learn more details we'll post them here on KHQ.com, Facebook and our Twitter news feed.

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