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– On May 5, Glenwood Springs police attempted to stop a driver who was speeding on Grand Avenue. According to the report, the driver, a woman, accelerated at high speed, then abruptly pulled over to the shoulder, nearly hitting two parked vehicles. The driver threw her hand in the air, pulled out and accelerated away. The woman almost hit another vehicle at a red light, then she ran another red light. Police finally pulled over the driver, Tammy L. Carlson, 42, of Rifle and arrested her on charges of eluding police, driving under the influence of drugs and reckless driving. – On May 5, Glenwood Springs police attempted to stop a driver who was speeding on Grand Avenue. According to the report, the driver, a woman, accelerated at high speed, then abruptly pulled over to the shoulder, nearly hitting two parked vehicles. The driver threw her hand in the air, pulled out and accelerated away. The woman almost hit another vehicle at a red light, then she ran another red light. Police finally pulled over the driver, Tammy L. Carlson, 42, of Rifle and arrested her on charges of eluding police, driving under the influence of drugs and reckless driving.


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