A Sulphur woman racked up multiple charges on Sunday, July 14, after Calcasieu Parish deputies responded to a 911 hang-up call at 202 E. Jim Pickens Rd., Lot #5, in Sulphur.

According to a media release from Kim Myers at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office,

Deputies observed Marilyn Clavier, 54, standing outside of her vehicle screaming when they arrived. Clavier locked herself in her vehicle when deputies drove up. When given verbal commands for her to get out of the vehicle, she started her vehicle, put it into reverse crashing into a CPSO patrol unit, and nearly hitting two deputies. She then placed her vehicle into drive and ran over cinder blocks lining the property roadway leaving the scene initiating a pursuit by deputies. After a short pursuit, Clavier’s vehicle came to a stop at the corner of Highway 27 and Napoleon St.

A warrant was obtained to have Clavier's blood drawn at a local hospital for a toxicology report. She was then taken back to CPSO and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and charged with DWI third offense, two counts of aggravated assault, hit & run driving, aggravated flight from an officer, and possession of marijuana.

Clavier's bond is set at $11,750.00.