Court Papers Show Chambers Wasn’t Drunk During Oct. 24 Accident

Four people were killed and dozens were injured Oct. 24 after a woman allegedly under the influence of alcohol ran them down during the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade.

However, court papers show that her Adacia Chambers’ blood alcohol content level was just 0.01 percent, which is under the minimum level to be regarded as legally intoxicated. According to Tony Coleman, the 25-year-old’s defense attorney filed a brief with the Payne County District Court that showed the young woman wasn’t drunk when the accident took place.

Stillwater, Oklahoma police department officials said a gag order is in place, and they were not allowed to comment about the case or how accurate the contents of the case were. In the state of Oklahoma, the minimum B.A.C. to be regarded as drunk is 0.08 percent for people 21 years of age or older.

Coleman filed a motion that asked the court for funds to help hire an expert psychology witness and a witness with accident reconstruction.

Chambers’ father, Floyd Chambers, along with her attorney have repeatedly stated the 25-year-old suffers with mental illness and has sought help two times in the last few years.

Chambers will be back in court Dec. 10 to face the 46 counts of assault and battery and four counts of second-degree murder. She’s currently in jail in place of a $1 million bond.

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