GRAYSON An Olive Hill woman faces 25 total charges after court records indicate she put five individuals at risk of substantial danger or death.
Carissa Garris, 33, was indicted by the Carter County Grand Jury on the charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, third offense, a class A misdemeanor, and driving on a DUI suspended license, a class A misdemeanor, according to court records.
Garris was also indicted on the charges of second-degree persistent felony offender, a class C felony, and tampering with a prisoner monitoring device, a class D felony.
Court records indicate that Garris removed an electronic monitoring device that was ordered to be worn as a condition of pre-trial release.
Garris was indicted on five counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, a class D felony, according to court records.
Garris was served the indictment warrants while incarcerated at the Carter County Detention Center on other charges, including failure to use a child restraint device in vehicle, operating a motor vehicle under the influence and several traffic violations. The incident originally occurred on Sept. 5.
Garris remains lodged at the Carter County Detention Center with no bond option. Garris has 25 total charges pending, according to jail records.