On Thursday, a woman based in California, who was out on parole after serving in prison for live-streaming a crash while drunk that killed her teen sister, was arrested again after crashing a vehicle during a police pursuit.
The 20-years-old Obdulia Sanchez was arrested again for possessing a weapon as well as traffic charges along with the charges of parole violation, according to Officer Joe Silva, a spokesperson from Stockton Police Department.
The officers tried their best to halt Sanchez on based on the charges of vehicle code violation, but she didn’t stop. She crashed again on a highway-ramp and got herself arrested. She was not traveling alone, but she was with a man who escaped according to Silva.
Silva in his statement said that “The arresting officers saw she was on parole and was driving on a revoked driver’s license.” Past 2 years ago in 2017, Sanchez was sentenced to serve 6 years and 4 months in prison for driving in a drunken state, leading to the death of her younger sister who was only 14-years-old.
According to the prosecutors, Sanchez was streaming live on Instagram during her drive, resulting in a crash. The video revealed that Sanchez took her hands off the steering wheel. Last month she was released from prison after she served for 2 years and 2 months.
Terri Hardy, the spokesperson of the state correction department revealed that Sanchez spent some time in jail before being sentenced for which she received credit. Considering her good behavior, her sentence was reduced following California’s law and the credits she received for several rehabilitation programs.