Woman’s 4th Alleged DUI Ends in a Crash

A Delaware woman finds herself in trouble with the law again after being arrested for the fourth time for driving under the influence during a crash that left four people hurt.

Delaware State Police say Kimberly Mauk of Wilmington was intoxicated when she turned her minivan into the path of a sedan along Concord Pike at the intersection with Fairfax Boulevard Friday night just before 7 p.m.

Four people in the other car suffered various injuries including non-life-threatening injuries to the 37-year-old driver and two young children in the car. A 35-year-old passenger suffered serious injuries and remained hospitalized. Mauk was also admitted to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.


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On Monday, state police announced charges against Mauk including her fourth DUI charge, multiple counts of vehicular assault, driving with a suspended or revoked license and failure to yield.

She was arraigned Sunday after being released from the hospital and released from custody on $14,600 cash bond, according to police.

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