Kansas: Jennifer Lyn Adams has parole revoked after new DUI charge; had killed three people in 2005

Kansas Department of Corrections photo of Jennifer Lyn Adams, who spent six years in prison for killing three people while driving drunk in 2005.
Jennifer Lyn Adams

From Lawrence Journal World
The Kansas Department of Corrections is revoking the parole of a former Kansas inmate — who killed three people in a drunken driving accident in 2005 — after she was arrested in Oklahoma on suspicion of driving under the influence.
Jeremy Barclay, KDOC spokesman, said his agency issued an arrest warrant for Jennifer Lyn Adams, 36, following news that Adams was arrested in October in Bixby, Okla., on charges of DUI, drug possession, driving left of center and transporting an open container.
Adams spent six years in a Kansas prison after pleading guilty in Sherman County to three counts of involuntary manslaughter. Adams was drunk when she was involved in an accident on Interstate 70 that killed three Goodland women.
Adams was paroled from prison in July 2011 but moved to Oklahoma, where her parole case was transferred.
The Oklahoma misdemeanor DUI charge had been dropped, but only so prosecutors can refile felony DUI charges….MORE

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