A Kodiak woman was arrested Sunday for reckless driving almost two hours after being released from Kodiak Jail for misdemeanor assault charges, according to court documents.
Alaska State Troopers received reports Sunday morning of an incident that occurred on Anton Larsen Bay Road where a vehicle had ended up in Beaver Pond, according to the report.
Upon arriving at the scene, the troopers found and identified the driver as 19-year-old Alissa Kratt. Kratt was uninjured and had extricated herself from the vehicle.
According to the court documents, Kratt acknowledged she had just been discharged from Kodiak Jail for an unrelated incident.
“She indicated that she was practicing ‘drifting’ as she was driving down the road when she lost control and went into the water,” the court document states. Kratt told the troopers that she estimated she was driving at 80 mph before she lost control.
Kratt had been arrested on Saturday for alleged misdemeanor assault and was released from Kodiak Jail on Sunday. Kratt was arrested for violating her conditions of release and for reckless driving.