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Andover woman sentenced for wrong-way driving

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A Massachusetts woman convicted of ramming three police cruisers with her car while driving the wrong way on the Maine Turnpike and Interstate 195 last summer has been sentenced to 2½ years in prison. Monique Vallee, 44, of Andover, pleaded guilty on Thursday to reckless conduct, aggravated criminal mischief, and eluding an officer. Police say shortly before 1 a.m. on July 22, Vallee drove from the turnpike onto I-195 in Saco, where she twice put her car into reverse and rammed a police car before getting back onto the turnpike and ramming two more cruisers. No one was seriously injured.

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