A 44-year-old Rochester Hills woman with 24 driver's license suspensions on her record was arrested Sunday for allegedly rear-ending another driver.
Troy police said the driver flagged down an officer in the area of Rochester Road and I-75 after her car had been rear-ended by a woman who hadn't stopped.
The officer was able to find the woman and pull her over.
The woman, Ann Marie Cummins, told the officer she didn't stop because she knew she wasn't supposed to be driving on her suspended license.
In addition to her history of suspensions, police said Cummins was also in possession of a controlled substance -- a muscle relaxer that she didn't have a prescription for.
Police said she also had outstanding warrants for her arrest issued by six different law enforcement agencies.
For Sunday's incident, she was charged with driving on a suspended license and operating while intoxicated.
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