You know that saying "What Happens in Vegas..."? Well...

According to Las Vegas police, a woman was driving at a high rate of speed when she crashed into another vehicle, killing its driver.

A blood draw revealed that 37-year-old Summer Butler had an alcohol level of over .102, which is over the legal limit. The victim of the crash also had a blood-alcohol level of over three times higher than the legal limit and a huge amount of methamphetamine in their system.

According to the police, the other vehicle was making a U-turn in the center lane when it collided with Butler's car. The two people in the first car were ejected from the vehicle. Butler's blood tests later revealed that she had traces of cannabinoids and cocaine in her system.

The police issued a warrant for Butler's arrest in June. On August 29, a judge released her on $15,000 bail. The judge also ordered her to stay away from alcohol and drugs.

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