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Saturday, August 25, 2012

COLUMBIA, SC - Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott announces the arrests of two females who were accused of drunk driving in the past two days.

Natalie Nicole Jacobson, (DOB: 12-11-1988) is charged with Felony DUI.

Jacobson is accused of hitting a man with a vehicle while he worked at a construction zone at the 700 block of Assembly Street at approximately 5 o’clock in the morning on August 22, 2012.

The victim suffered severe head injuries.

Jacobson’s passenger, William Reed Pimental (DOB: 9-1-1987) is charged with Public Drunkenness and Providing False Information to Police.

Pimental is accused of not telling the truth when police asked him about the incident.

At last check, according to hospital officials the victim was in stable condition.

A West Columbia woman was also arrested for allegedly driving drunk.

Allison Otis Fortuna (DOB: 10-28-1964) is charged with DUI.

Fortuna is accused of driving drunk shortly before 10 o’clock this morning and crashing a vehicle into a vacant home at 3602 Rosewood Drive.

The home which is up for sale has damage to the porch area.

All suspects were transported to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center.

All persons arrested/charged are presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty in a court of law.

If you suspect that someone is driving drunk in the City of Columbia, call 9-1-1 immediately. You can also dial * HP (*4-7) for the Highway Patrol throughout South Carolina.

CPD’s Traffic Safety Unit has made more than 100 D-U-I related arrests so far this year.

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