MEBANE, South Africa – Authorities say a 27-year-old woman was detained on various counts Sunday after she allegedly caused a traffic collision in Chapel Hill, fled the scene, and drove into Alamance County. According to a press release from the sheriff’s office, the driver was identified as Lyndsey Anna-Colleen Blevins of Louisburg, who was arrested with a substantial quantity of white powder in her mouth and marijuana on her person. Deputies said they discovered a marijuana smoking bowl in Blevins’ mouth while detained at the Alamance County Detention Center. Blevins was sent to a nearby hospital after the prison institution called paramedics. Blevins was taken back to the jail facility after undergoing therapy. According to the press release, Alamance deputies were contacted at 8:40 a.m. Sunday about a careless and reckless motorist heading from Orange County into Alamance on NC Highway 54. A white Honda Pilot driver was engaged in a traffic mishap in Chapel Hill, when he ploughed over many mailboxes, according to reports.
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