Police: Woman Arrested For Driving Wrong Way Down I-64

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Updated: 3/12/2013 7:18 pm
Police said a Frankfort woman was drunk when she drove the wrong way down I-64 Monday night.

Police said Linda Claus, 70, exited off of Versailles Road onto the interstate around 7:15 p.m. Dispatch said they received several calls from people claiming that Claus almost hit them head on.

Officer Randy Cummins saw Cummins on the wrong side of the road, made a u-turn, and traveled down the center line of the interstate, to warn oncoming traffic.

Police said as Cummins approached Claus, he turned on his lights, and got her to pull onto the shoulder of the interstate.

Claus was charged with Driving Under The Influence.
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