47-Year-Old Woman Arrested after Crashing Into a Home

SANTA ROSA, CA (June 23, 2023) – Early Saturday morning, Natasha Whittinghill involved in a DUI incident and crashed into a residential home. The incident happened on May 20th, just before 1:00 a.m., in a neighborhood in the 5200 block of Beaumont Way. According to reports, Whittinghill, in a Tesla, was driving in the area, when she drove off the road and crashed through a fence. The vehicle continued on, hitting a tree and coming to a stop after striking a home. As a result, Lorie Johnson, who was in the house, sustained injuries, due to the pieces of shattered glass. Emergency crews transported her to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Meanwhile, police arrested 47-year-old Natasha Whittinghill on charges of DUI. Whittinghill was taken into custody and booked into Sonoma County Jail. At this time, she faces charge of suspicion of felony DUI that caused injury. Alcohol and other controlled substances in the body can change a person’s physical, emotional, and mental condition. It is recommended that you do not drive while under the influence of these altering substances. They can make it difficult for you to drive safely. Driving impaired also puts you and other people at risk of a fatal accident. Make our roads safer by being responsible and following traffic laws.
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