Court documents say multiple 911 calls were received about a speeding car driving erratically on Westport Road in the moments before a deadly crash, in which two people died, Saturday evening.
Alyssha A. McFadden, 31 of Louisville, is charged with two counts of murder and one count of operating a vehicle under the influence.
The arrest report for McFadden states she was traveling at a high rate of speed and going in and out of traffic while going westbound on Westport Road. Just before 5 p.m., McFadden’s Toyota Camry struck a Ford Edge that was making a left turn from Ambridge Drive onto Westport Road.
The crash killed the occupants of the Ford,76 year-old Margaret Herbig and 82 year-old George Herbig.
Louisville Metro police say McFadden had an open bottle of vodka in plain sight in the center console of her car. It also says an officer who interviewed McFadden at University Hospital “smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her person” during the interview.
The results of blood and toxicology reports taken at the hospital, after a search warrant was obtained, came back at .210.
McFadden is scheduled to be arraigned Friday morning.