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Woman Arrested for Two DUIs in a Row

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Ann Marie Abdullin Ann Marie Abdullin

SALISBURY, Md.- Maryland State Police say a 23-year-old woman traveling with her 4-year-old daughter was arrested for driving under the influence Tuesday morning in Salisbury, less than three hours after being arrested for the same offense in Worcester County.

Police said that at around 4:29 a.m., troopers from the Salisbury Barrack stopped Ann Marie Abdullin of Salisbury on westbound U.S. Route 50 at the Hobbs Road intersection for traffic violations. According to police, Abdullin was found to be driving her car while impaired by alcohol. Police said Abdullin had her daughter in the car at the time of the stop.

Police said Abdullin had just been released from the MSP Berlin Barrack after being arrested for driving while impaired by alcohol at 1:30 a.m. According to investigators, after Abdullin's first arrest she was released from the Berlin Barrack to a sober driver. Police said that it appears that Abdullin's sober driver transported her back to her vehicle and allowed her to drive away.  Charges are pending against that person, police said. 

Abdullin was placed under arrest and charged with driving while impaired, driving under the influence, operating motor vehicle within 12 hours of being arrested for DUI, negligent driving and other minor traffic charges.

She was ordered held in the Wicomico County Detention Center after she refused to take a second breath test. 

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