Driver arrested for DUII after crashing into Aloha house
A woman was arrested for DUII and other charges after crashing her car into an Aloha house on New Year's Eve.
No one was injured in the crash.
Aloha resident Yanmanaa Walleman, 43, was booked into the Washington County Jail for DUII (alcohol), Reckless Driving, and three counts of second degree Criminal Mischief. She .
According to the Washington County Sheriff's Office, at 11:30 p.m. on Dec. 31, 2015, deputies responded to a call in the community of Aloha were a car had crashed through the wall of a house.
When deputies reached the house in the 4600 block of Southwest Stoddard Drive, they found someone crashed a 2003 Infinity M45 through the garage wall of a single family house. No one was hurt inside the house.
Deputies also determined that before the car hit the side of the house, it struck a fence in a neighbor's yard and ran over some pots in another neighbor's yard.
The driver left the scene on foot but deputies were able to locate her at her house down the street. She had gone home to solicit help from her boyfriend and was not attempting to avoid arrest. She was not hurt in the crash.
The driver told deputies she was driving the car that crashed into the house, but was not sure how it happened. After their investigation, deputies arrested her.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office continues to remind drivers to take another form of transportation if they have been drinking, smoking marijuana, or using any prescription or non-prescription drugs that may cause impairment.
Last year Washington County Sheriff's Deputies arrested 1016 DUII drivers, with 95 arrests in the month of December.