Driver Smashed into Mailboxes, Fire Hydrant & Parked Car: Police

Angela J. Moller, 33, of the 5900 block of West 124th Street, Alsip, was charged with two counts of DUI and failing to give insurance information after a crash.

An Alsip woman allegedly had a blood-alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit when she drove through multiple mailboxes, an AT&T utility box and fire hydrant, police said.

Angela J. Moller, 33, of the 5900 block of West 124th Street, Alsip, was charged Feb. 12 with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with a blood-alcohol level greater than 0.08, failing to provide information after hitting a parked vehicle and driving without insurance, according to a Palos Heights police report. Officers said she tested at a blood-alcohol level of 0.236.

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Moller reportedly drove her vehicle across several lawns near 12500 S. Melvina, striking mailboxes, a utility box, a fire hydrant and a car parked in a driveway, police said. A witness to the crash helped police find Moller, who allegedly fled the scene.

Moller was booked and given a $2,000 bond. She is due in court March. 19.

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