SANTA ROSA – Angela Marie Angerman, 32 of Santa Rosa celebrated her fresh jail release by drinking too much, and ended up driving into a home. Her blood-alcohol content (BAC) was more than twice the legal limit, Angerman subsequently drove into a parked car, a tree, then a house on Thursday night, according to police Sgt. John Cregan.
Angerman was released from Sonoma County Jail on Thursday at 1 p.m., and was sent right back on Friday due to her poor choice in the way she celebrated. Angerman was initially convicted of theft, and was on felony probation. One her probation terms was not to drink.
She decided to get intoxicated anyway, entering the driver’s side of a 1998 Ford Mustang at approximately 10p.m. While backing out of the residence’s driveway on the 1600 block of Keoke Ct., she then “accelerated forward and sideswiped a tree on the front lawn,” said Cregan.
Fortunately, no one was inside the residence (which didn’t belong to Angerman) during the incident.
The house was damaged severely. Witnesses reported that Angerman fled in the Mustang which had two flat tires because of the crashes. Police discovered the car near State Farm Dr., Angerman was apprehended nearby the scene. She was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and violating probation.
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