Kimberly Louise Isherwood. (Photo: MCSO)
BEAVER DAM — Deputies arrested a Utah woman recently for aggravated driving under the influence after she was clocked traveling 74 miles per hour in a 35 mile-per-hour zone.
Kimberly Louise Isherwood, 37, of St. George, was arrested for felony aggravated DUI with license suspended, misdemeanor marijuana possession and two active arrest warrants.
At 1:55 p.m. June 21, deputies allegedly noticed a red vehicle traveling northbound on Highway 91, around milepost 12, at a high rate of speed.
Deputies stopped Isherwood and asked for her driver’s license, and she handed them a state ID card and said she didn’t have a license. A records check revealed Isherwood to have a suspended license and two arrest warrants.
According to MCSO, when deputies asked Isherwood to step out of the car, they smelled a strong odor of alcohol and noticed her speech was slurred. A vehicle search allegedly revealed a rolled marijuana cigarette in the driver’s side door.
Deputies drew blood from Isherwood and sent the sample for testing.
Isherwood was booked into Mesquite Detention Center without incident.