Driver in rollover faces meth charges

Holly Marie Craig, 31, who was involved in a high-speed pursuit through Sweet Home on Jan. 13, is still in the hospital according to law enforcement officials, but she faces more charges related to a Jan. 6 incident in Albany.

Court documents filed on Jan. 21 state Craig was charged with DUII, unlawful delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school, and unlawful possession of methamphetamine on.

Albany police arrested Craig for driving under the influence, according to Albany Police Department records.

She had reportedly been sleeping behind the wheel of an SUV at a stop sign in the 1100 block of Washington Street SW. She was lodged at Linn County Jail that morning and released without posting bail.

APD Det. Brian Corbett said he does not know if there are any other charges pending.

Craig suffered multiple broken bones and was transported by ambulance to Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital and later moved to a Portland hospital for surgery, according to Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley.

Because of laws governing patient privacy, efforts to determine her whereabouts have been unsuccessful.

On Jan. 28, LCSO Sgt. Flint LeBard said he believed Craig was still in the hospital but “had woken up” over the weekend.