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Woman arrested in DUI death

May 3, 2011

WOONSOCKET – A 21-year-old city woman faces a charge of driving under the influence, death resulting, following a single-vehicle accident on Mendon Road early Monday.
Dakota McKenna of 233 North Main Street is charged in the death of Antonio Williams, 20, whose last address was listed as 232 Morin Heights, according Lt. Eugene Jalette, a police department spokesman.
Police arriving at the area of 1144 Mendon Road near Theresa Street at 1:46 a.m. found a 1997 Ford Taurus had struck a telephone pole at the location, Jalette said. Williams was pronounced dead at the scene.
McKenna was transported to Rhode Island Hospital for treatment of minor injuries and later released, Jalette said. The driver was found to have been operating the vehicle without a license and was cited for the driving violation along with the charge of driving under the influence death resulting, Jalette said.
McKenna was arraigned on the charges Monday in District Court, Providence.

Comments

Chair?

June 6, 2011 by jdc (not verified), 3 years 47 weeks ago
Comment: 422

Rehab is a great option. Chair? Harsh statements.
Your so perfect...

Terrible news. I agree with

May 20, 2011 by MarylineM (not verified), 3 years 50 weeks ago
Comment: 406

Terrible news. I agree with other commenters. She should get the chair.

Maryline - my blog

she should get the

May 7, 2011 by mzchantharath (not verified), 3 years 52 weeks ago
Comment: 378

she should get the chair!!!!!!

What a looser

May 4, 2011 by patriot (not verified), 4 years 2 days ago
Comment: 367

Driving without a license, driving under the influence, and death resulting. Was the vehicle even insured? Lock her up.

This girls Facebook page states her occupation or employer as a "Street Pharmacist" and her school as "dint finish school." Take her off the streets and send her to school at a Womens prison.

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