A Milford woman is headed to State prison after being convicted of three DUI’s in just six months.


A Milford woman is headed to State prison after being convicted of three DUI’s in just six months.

Pike County District Attorney Raymond Tonkin announced Heather Almodoval, 39, of Milford will spend from 15 months and two days to 10.5 years in a state prison for three Driving Under the Influence convictions. She was arrested three separate times over a six month period.

First on January 22, on SR 739, Almodoval drove her vehicle off the road, with a blood alcohol level of .151%. Then on February 28, on SR 402, Almodoval was found under the influence of alcohol parked along the road with her keys in the ignition, she refused to give a breath sample to determine her blood alcohol level. The last time on June 8, on I-84, Almodoval, was again parked on the shoulder of the road with her vehicle running; her blood alcohol level was .219%.

This case was prosecuted by First Assistant District Attorney Bruce DeSarro.