- Associated Press - Tuesday, August 18, 2015

DAYTON, Maine (AP) - State records indicate a driver had multiple license suspensions when she killed herself and two others in a Maine crash.

Jill Ann Theriault was driving a family member’s Buick Rainier Saturday night in Dayton when she lost control of the vehicle, slamming into some trees. Forty-five-year-old Lee Goodrich, of Alfred, and 20-year-old Devin Nolan, of Sanford, were also killed.

A spokesman for the Department of Public Safety tells the Portland Press Herald (https://bit.ly/1J0SQzr) no one in the car had a valid driver’s license at the time. The 33-year-old Theriault had several active suspensions on her license and was listed as a habitual offender.

The State Bureau of Identification shows Theriault had prior convictions for drug trafficking, forgery, refusing to submit to arrest, theft, identity theft, criminal trespassing, fighting, and assault.


Information from: Portland Press Herald, https://www.pressherald.com

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