Marshall County Deputy Matt Geiger responded to a call of a vehicle that was reported driving erratically on U.S. 30 west of Oak Road and then parked on the side of the highway Saturday, night, February 10th just before 8.

The driver was identified as Tanya J. Embry, 29, of Griffith Indiana.

Ms. Embry was not found to have any issues causing the concern for her driving but was found to have a suspended license with a prior conviction.  She was taken into custody and transported to Marshall County where she was booked in for driving while suspended with a prior. She was given a court date and a cash bond of $500. Her vehicle was towed by Lyons Towing of Plymouth.

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