DUI suspect drives her car into a house, police say

Denise Adams, 42, of Belmont, is charged with DUI after police say she backed this 2014 Nissan Versa into the front porch of a home in the 2000 block of Monroe Ave. in Belmont yesterday. Belmont police photo.

By the Daily Post staff

A Belmont woman was arrested for DUI yesterday (Sept. 6) after she drove into a parked car and a house, police said.

Denise Adams, 42, of Belmont

At 6:25 a.m. yesterday, Belmont Police received a call that a 2014 Nissan Versa had driven into the front of a home on the 2000 block of Monroe Avenue. The car, driven by Denise Adams, 42, had been backed into the front porch area of the home, according to Capt. Pat Halleran.

Adams had been driving alone Monroe Avenue and likely turned into a driveway to try to do a three-point turn, police surmised. While trying to turn, Adams hit a 2001 Acura that was in the driveway.

After hitting the Acura, Adams backed up going across the street and down the driveway of another home, which she hit, Halleran said.

Adams was complaining of being injured and was taken to the hospital as a precaution. She was ultimately cited for a DUI. Adam’s case has been sent to the District Attorney’s office for prosecution.


    • This is not her first DUI. She was arrested in 2011 after crashing while driving drunk with her two children in the car. She drives drunk all the time. I know because I used to be friends with her. I ended the friendship because of her alcoholism. She should never have a drivers license again.

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