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A woman who drove her car into a front porch in Moroni was arrested Sunday for investigation of DUI.

MORONI, Sanpete County — A woman who drove her car into a front porch in Moroni was arrested Sunday for investigation of DUI.

Shana Kaye McTee, 42, of Clearfield, was booked into the Sanpete County Jail for investigation having an open container in her vehicle, four counts of possession of a forged or altered prescription, and drug distribution in addition to DUI.

Just after 8 a.m., a car went off state Route 132 and into the front porch of a home on Duck Springs Drive, according to a Sanpete County Jail report.

"The front door to the home was broken, the front side door was also broken and was into the living room. Two porch supports were down, two front porch freezers were broken with food spilled out on the ground," the report states.

No one was home at the time of the crash.

McTee initially refused medical attention, the deputy wrote in his report.

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"Shana was not acting normal. The front of her vehicle was smashed in with two flat tires and Shana thought she could drive her vehicle away. Shana stated that she had slide on some ice," the report states. "Shana had this blank stare and was not answering questions reasonably. The weather was very cold and she did not want to get into the ambulance or any other vehicle to get warm."

Deputies were forced to pull McTee out of her car, according to the report. In her car, they found an open bottle of alcohol and five prescription bottles.

According to court records, McTee was convicted of being an alcohol restricted driver in 2010. She is currently charged with misdemeanor drug possession in one case in 2nd District Court, and assault in another, according to court records.