LAUGHLIN–The Clark County District Attorney’s office has failed to file a complaint against a Fort Mohave resident who was allegedly caused a crash while intoxicated.
Darby Studebaker, 23, was facing two counts of driving under the influence resulting in injury after she reportedly got behind the wheel intoxicated and crashed head on into two vehicles on Bruce Woodbury Drive last month.
The crash left six people, including Studebaker herself, with minor to critical injuries. The identities and current condition of the five other people have not been publicly disclosed.
Following her release from a Las Vegas hospital, Studebaker was taken to the Clark County Detention Center and held for court.
A formal arraignment had been continued multiple times due to paperwork not being filed by the Clark County District Attorney’s Office.
Laughlin Justice of the Peace Tim Atkins informed the DA’s office if they failed to file by June 5, Studebaker would have to be released from custody.
Court records show Studebaker was released from jail custody on June 7.
A spokesperson for the Clark County District Attorney’s Office told The Bee on Friday the case remains under review with their office and no complaint has been filed at this time.