STOCKTON (CBS13) — A Stockton woman who live-streamed a DUI crash that killed her younger sister and was recently released on parole was arrested early Thursday after officers located a firearm during a traffic stop, the Stockton Police Department said.
CBS 13 in Sacramento reports that Stockton police officers initiated a traffic stop for a code violation just after 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning near Rosemarie Lane and Piccardo Circle.READ MORE: Suspect Arrested In San Francisco Triple Shooting That Killed Oakland Man
Obdulia Sanchez, 20, was driving the vehicle with a male passenger. Police said Sanchez failed to yield and led officers on a short pursuit.
Sanchez drove the car off the roadway near the Interstate 5 onramp near March Lane. At this time, the male passenger ran from the car and was able to escape.READ MORE: UPDATE: Vacationing Bay Area Schoolmates Convicted In Slaying Of Italian Police Officer; Sentenced To Life In Prison
A search of the car revealed a loaded gun, Stockton PD said. Sanchez was arrested for weapons and traffic-related charges.
In late September, Sanchez was released from prison on parole after being found guilty of driving under the influence and live-streaming during the crash that killed her younger sister in 2017.MORE NEWS: Asian American Attacks: San Francisco Police Identify Suspect in Market Street Stabbing of 2 Women
She was sentenced to six years in prison but was released early for good behavior after serving 26 months in prison.