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DUI Crash Suspect Arrested At Rapid City Restaurant

August 11, 2014, 12:35 PM by Anna Peters

DUI Crash Suspect Arrested At Rapid City Restaurant
RAPID CITY, SD -

A late-night drive landed a Rapid City woman in jail facing a long list of charges.

Witnesses say 64-year-old Deborah Brookman was driving the wrong way on Mt. Rushmore Road on Friday night. Several cars swerved to miss her, but police say a motorcycle could not stop in time. After colliding with the bike, police say Brookman parked her car at Perkins and went inside the restaurant.  Police later found her sitting at a table.

Brookman faces several charges including DUI. The 49-year-old motorcyclist went to the hospital with serious injuries.

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