Police report: Meth pipes, loaded handgun found in DUI driver’s stolen vehicle

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17 News has obtained new details about the woman accused of killing Arvin High School chemistry teacher, Scott Demunnik, while driving under the influence on Dec. 4. 

Police reports say after the deadly crash on State Route 233, Kylie Sluder, 26, couldn’t give a statement because she was confused and incoherent.

At the scene of the crash, officials found meth pipes, foil paper used for smoking meth, and a loaded handgun inside the stolen car Sluder was driving, according to police reports. 

According to the documents, Sluder was taken to the hospital where she told a medical student she uses heroin on a regular basis.

Sluder has pleaded not guilty to multiple felony charges, including driving under the influence and gross vehicular manslaughter. She is being held at $1.25 million bail and is expected back in court on Dec. 26. 

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