Greenbrier woman almost hits emergency vehicle and deputy on Highway 12

25-year-old Heather Reynolds was charged with DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia when she almost hit an emergency vehicle and deputy while driving down Highway 12. During the traffic stop, police found a glass pipe, open beer cans, and a bottle of whiskey in her truck.

On August 1st, Deputy Potter witnessed a black Dodge truck crossing on Highway 12 over the double yellow lines that almost hit an emergency vehicle while heading to a possible overdose. As the truck was turning north onto Highway 12, Deputy Potter was turning south onto Highway 12 and came over the double yellow lines almost hitting the deputy as well.

Heather Reynolds (MCSO)
Heather Reynolds (MCSO)

When the deputy conducted a traffic stop, the truck slowly pulled into a parking lot and contact was made with the driver, Heather Reynolds. Deputy Potter reported that she had slow movement and speech and her pupils were constricted. After denying that she drank any alcohol, Reynolds consented to a search that found a glass pipe in the center console. Then on the passenger side, she found several open cans of beer and a bottle of whiskey. She performed poorly on the field sobriety test and then consented to a blood draw after she denied doing any narcotics.

Heather Reynolds was arrested and charged with DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bond was set at $4,000.

Sebastian Shaw

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