Missoula woman cited for DUI twice in 1 day

2012-04-03T08:10:00Z Missoula woman cited for DUI twice in 1 dayThe Associated Press The Associated Press
April 03, 2012 8:10 am  • 

MISSOULA — A 41-year-old Missoula woman was arrested for drunken driving twice on the same day and was released on bond both times.

Prosecutors say Anna Kristen Lokowich was cited for driving under the influence and criminal endangerment after a car went through a fence at the Montana Rail Link rail yard at about 10 a.m. Saturday. Lokowich's 4-year-old child was in the back seat. Authorities located a relative to pick up the boy.

Lokowich posted bond, but was cited for another DUI at about 5 p.m. Saturday.

Lokowich posted a $53,255 bond and was released from jail Saturday evening.

On Monday, Justice of the Peace Karen Orzech granted a prosecutor's request for an order preventing Lokowich from having contact with her children. Orzech also ordered Lokowich to wear an alcohol monitoring bracelet.

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