State records indicate a driver had multiple license suspensions when she killed herself and two others in a Maine crash.
Jill Ann Theriault was driving a family member's Buick Rainier Saturday night in Dayton when she lost control of the vehicle, slamming into some trees. Forty-five-year-old Lee Goodrich, of Alfred, and 20-year-old Devin Nolan, of Sanford, were also killed.
A spokesman for the Department of Public Safety tells the Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/1J0SQzr) no one in the car had a valid driver's license at the time. The 33-year-old Theriault had several active suspensions on her license and was listed as a habitual offender.
The State Bureau of Identification shows Theriault had prior convictions for drug trafficking, forgery, refusing to submit to arrest, theft, identity theft, criminal trespassing, fighting, and assault.