Woman faces fourth DWI in College Station

Fifty-three-year-old Mary McGhee has been taken into custody by College Station police in Texas and was charged with driving while intoxicated on Saturday, November 21.

According to preliminary reports from the local authorities, McGhee was heading south on Texas Avenue when she crashed into the vehicle in front of her. When police officers attempted to communicate with her after the collision, McGhee was allegedly too intoxicated to speak clearly. McGhee has been convicted of DWI three times prior to this incident, and she also has two convictions of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Florida.

McGhee is not facing the possibility of up to ten years in jail and  fines of up to $10,000 if convicted of this third-degree felony charge.

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