Missoula Woman Stopped For DUI After Near-Crash With Parked Car Already Had 7 Convictions
Early this morning, August 16, a Missoula Police officer noticed a vehicle driving erratically.
“About 2:21 a.m. an officer observed a vehicle that made a right turn onto Kensington off of Johnson Street and nearly struck a parked car,” said Missoula Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh. “It then drove up on a curb and then off again before coming to a stop.”
The officer flipped on his lights and spoke to the woman, who appeared to be inebriated.
“The officer made contact with the driver and eventually arrested 55-year-old Pamella Anderson for DUI.”
Anderson is no stranger to the Missoula jail or to DUI charges, she has already been convicted of DUI seven times and under Montana law any charge after a fourth DUI is considered a felony.