Texas Woman Faces 20 Years In Prison For Drunk Driving

Kelli Wiese
February 21, 2020 - 3:38 pm

Montgomery County District Attorney's office


DALLAS (KRLD) - Montgomery County prosecutor Andrew James says Kassandra Nesbitt crashed in front of an oncoming car on April 13th, 2019. 

He says she was so intoxicated that her blood alcohol level was nearly double the legal limit about an hour and 15 minutes after the crash.

He says the driver of the other car, Debra Ringo and her granddaughter were injured.

James says, "Ms. Ringo is unfortunately never going to be the same again." He also says, "The cost of taking an Uber or a cab are so much cheaper than the potential of just getting arrested and charged with a misdemeanor driving while intoxicated. Not to mention the fact that you can seriously injure someone else, kill someone else or seriously injure or kill yourself."

He says Nesbitt was already on parole for an aggravated robbery in 2003 in Longview.