Authorities have released a booking photo of a drunken driving suspect in Palm Desert, who is a detective at the Sheriff's Department's Santee station.
Barbara Jean Crozier, 47, was booked into Riverside County jail Aug. 31 on suspicion of DUI with personal injury, DUI with injury and DUI with a blood alcohol level of .08 or more with injury.
She was arrested following a crash into a water fountain at the Marrakesh Country Club, 47-000 Marrakesh Drive, at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Deputies investigating that crash matched the vehicle description and license plate number to a vehicle that had earlier in the evening careened through an apartment complex and clipped a number of vehicles, running over a woman's foot in the process, according to sheriff's officials.
That incident took place at about 8 p.m. Aug. 30 at a complex on Fred Waring Drive and Town Center Way, sheriff's Sgt. Joe Borja said.
According to sheriff's records, Crozier was released on bond for $50,000 bail the day of her arrest and was ordered to appear in court Nov. 2.
According to the San Diego County sheriff's personnel office, Crozier is assigned to the Santee substation. Her current status with the department was not immediately known.
Julie Pendray and City News Service contributed to this report.