LAUGHLIN–A Fort Mohave woman who reportedly caused a three vehicle head on collision in May, has been officially charged.
A Clark County District Attorney’s Office spokeswoman said a formal criminal complaint has been filed against Darby Studebaker, 23.
She is being charged with two counts of driving under the influence–resulting in substantial bodily harm.
On May 25, authorities alleged Studebaker got behind the wheel of her vehicle intoxicated and travelled eastbound on Bruce Woodbury where it reportedly hit two vehicles head-on, causing one vehicle to leave the roadway and ending on its side.
Four people were taken to Western Arizona Regional Center and two others were airlifted to Sunrise Trauma Center in Las Vegas.
The identities and current condition of all involved have still not been released publicly.
Studebaker was being held on a $40,000 bond, however, she was released after seven days due to the complaint not being filed in time.
Studebaker is due back in court on July 12, where she will now be formally arraigned.