A driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after multiple people placed 911 calls, according to a California Highway Patrol press release.

On Sunday at around 7:30 p.m., Nancy Bosch of Oroville was driving her Chevrolet east on County Road 68  in an unincorporated of Glenn County. She was driving through double 90-degree turns at approximately 10 mph, according to the press release.

Jacqueline Marble of Princeton was driving west on the road at an unknown rate of speed toward the turns. Marble reportedly went into the eastbound lane directly in front of Bosch, causing Bosch to have to swerve onto the gravel shoulder to avoid a head-on collision. 

Marble’s Mercedes side swiped the left rear of the Chevrolet, according to the press release. 

Bosch pulled over and called 911. Marble reportedly didn’t stop and continued west on County Road 68. 

She then turned onto 99W, according to the press release, where she allegedly nearly hit another vehicle head on – the driver also called 911. 

According to the press release, 911 calls continued to come in as Marble continued north. She turned west onto State Route 162 and drove into the parking lot of Nancy’s Airport Cafe.

A Glenn County Sheriff’s deputy was flagged down by bystanders near Walmart and they pointed the deputy to the location of Marble. 

The deputy contacted Marble, who was out of her vehicle – reportedly with a large steel baton in hand. 

The deputy detained Marble until CHP arrived at the scene to investigate. 

According to the press release, Marble was arrested on suspicion of DUI, hit and run, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a baton. 

No injuries were reported. 

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