Drunk driver charged with attempted manslaughter

Drunk driver charged with attempted manslaughter

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VERNAL -- A Vernal woman is charged with two counts of attempted manslaughter for firing shots at a car while driving drunk.

According to the Roosevelt Police Department, an officer stopped Terri Gray on U.S. 40 last month after other motorists called 911 to report she was driving recklessly.

During that stop, another car pulled up and the people inside told the officer that Gray had also fired shots into their car. The officer found a bullet hole in the passenger side door.

When he searched Gray's car, he discovered a handgun. Roosevelt police also say she failed field sobriety tests.

Gray appeared in court Wednesday on the attempted manslaughter charges.

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