A 30-year-old Dunnellon woman was charged with driving with a license suspended for DUI after she called law enforcement to have an unwanted person removed from her residence.
Crystal Nadine Rollen wasn’t present when a Marion County sheriff’s deputy responded to her residence at 22849 SW 117th Place at around 8:30 a.m. on Dec. 17. The deputy contacted Rollen by phone, and she said she was on her way to the residence and that other people were at the location, according to the sheriff’s office report.
The deputy spoke with the other people at the location and it was determined that an altercation had not occurred and the unwanted person had gathered his belongings to leave. While outside, the deputy saw Rollen driving her vehicle and remembered arresting her last month for a Citrus County violation of probation warrant with an initial offense of DUI. The deputy was aware that Rollen’s license was suspended for DUI, the report said.
The deputy spoke to Rollen, who confirmed there had been no physical of verbal altercation and that she had not left due to any threat of physical violence against her. The deputy told her he knew her license was suspended for DUI, which she confirmed, according to the report.
Rollen was taken to the Marion County Jail and released early Saturday morning on $15,000 bond. She’ll appear in Marion County Court on Jan. 29 at 8 a.m..