More legal woes for ‘STAYUMBL’ driver after she fails to keep Wake court date
A Durham woman who has gained notoriety online for erratic driving and the license plate “STAYUMBL” failed to show up in court Monday to face speeding and reckless driving charges.
As a result, Superior Court Judge Keith Gregory issued a failure to appear warrant against Diana Taije Mems, including a $20,000 bond upon her arrest.
Wake County Assistant District Attorney Matt Lively asked for the bond because of Mems’ “atrocious” driving record.
Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman recently obtained an indictment against Mems on the two charges, saying her driving history shows that she poses a risk to other drivers.