Two traffic incidents keep Marshall County officers busy over weekend

Dartayvia Beals (left) and Cloeann Harrell (Photos supplied/Marshall County Sheriff's Department)

Two different traffic incidents in Marshall County kept officers there busy for hours.

The first incident happened at about 9:30 p.m. Saturday on U.S. 30 near Iris Road east of Plymouth, according to ABC 57.

A Marshall County Sheriff’s Department officer reportedly clocked 20 year old Dartayvia Elexus Beals’ vehicle going 106 miles per hour. Beals was caught and has been initially charged with possession of marijuana and reckless driving.

A few hours later, just after midnight Sunday morning, Marshall County deputies had their hands full with a crash where the driver allegedly fled the scene, according to ABC 57.

Officers say Cloeann Harrell of Bremen crashed her vehicle on State Road 10 between State Roads 23 and 17 near Culver, then fled the scene.

Officers caught up with her several hours later and initially charged her with leaving the scene of an accident.

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