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Alleged DUI, reckless driving cited to WSU student

Driver hit three parked cars, arrested at Adams Mall

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Alleged DUI, reckless driving cited to WSU student

The Evergreen works to provide the best information about recent crime and court updates in the Pullman area.

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OLIVER MCKENNA | THE DAILY EVERGREEN

The Evergreen works to provide the best information about recent crime and court updates in the Pullman area.

OLIVER MCKENNA | THE DAILY EVERGREEN

OLIVER MCKENNA | THE DAILY EVERGREEN

The Evergreen works to provide the best information about recent crime and court updates in the Pullman area.

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen deputy news editor

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Police arrested a WSU student for an alleged DUI, an unattended hit and run and reckless driving at 12:19 a.m. on Sunday.

Alyssa Valdez, 19, allegedly hit three parked cars while trying to leave her driveway on Indiana Street, Pullman Police Cmdr. Chris Tennant said.

Valdez then fled the scene to the Adams Mall parking lot, he said.

Tennant said Valdez was cited for a DUI and reckless driving by Pullman Police Officer Wade Winegardner.

Valdez will later be issued a court date.

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MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen assistant news editor

Madysen  is a freshman journalism and media production major from Hunters, Washington. 

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