CONWAY WOMAN ARRESTED AFTER EARLY A.M. ROLLOVER

by Christian Mower on December 6, 2011

CONWAY POLICE SAY A 21-YEAR-OLD CONWAY WOMAN IS CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR LIQUOR AND CONDUCT FOLLOWING AN ACCIDENT AFTER A SINGLE VEHICLE ROLLOVER IN CONWAY EARLY TUESDAY MORNING.

LT. CHRIS PERLEY SAYS SHORTLY AFTER 1:30 A.M. PATROLMAN RICHARD THEBERGE RESPONDED TO EATON ROAD AT THE INTERSECTION OF TASKER HILL ROAD NEAR THE AMERICAN LEGION POST AFTER A CALLER REPORTED HEARING SQUEALING TIRES AND A LOUD CRASH AFTER A BLOWING HORN.

CONWAY FIRE AND RESCUE AND CONWAY AMBULANCE ALSO RESPONDED AND FIRE CHIEF STEVE SOLOMON SAYS ONE OF HIS FIREFIGHTERS DRESSED IN A COLD WATER SUIT TO HELP A TOW TRUCK DRIVER HOOK UP TO A WHITE 1998 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE THAT WAS SUBMERGED IN THE WATER NEAR THE EDGE OF PEQUAWKET POND.

THE DRIVER – IDENTIFIED AS AMANDA VIVEIROS – WAS LOCATED A SHORT TIME LATER AT HER HOME ON WASHINGTON STREET. SHE WAS TAKEN TO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL WITH NON-LIFE THREATENING INJURIES, WHERE SHE WAS LATER BAILED AND RELEASED. SHE’S DUE IN COURT IN EARLY FEBRUARY.

THE JEEP WAS PULLED OUT OF THE POND SHORTLY AFTER 3 A.M.

SOLOMON SAYS THE ROAD WAS DRY AT THE TIME OF THE CRASH.