Woman blacks out after pulling car over, and when she wakes up, discovers car is gone

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According to an incident report from the Independence County Sheriff’s Department, Deputy Jason Cole responded to a report Tuesday of a stolen vehicle.

Upon arrival at a residence on Blackland Road, a woman told Cole she went for a drive  Monday afternoon and ended up at a nearby cemetery on a side road.

The woman told Cole she had dropped her keys and could not find them. As she was looking down, staying bent over to spot her keys, she apparently blacked out, the report said.

When she woke up, she told the deputy “the vehicle was no longer there.”

The vehicle is described as a tan 2001 Chevrolet Malibu with white paint on the rear driver’s side door. There’s also a dent in the same door panel. The vehicle’s license number is 701 XCW.

The woman told the deputy she left her purse in the car, and it also contained her debit card, birth certificate, and cell phone among other items. The vehicle was entered in the Arkansas Crime Information Center.

The woman also told the deputy she could not provide the name or the location of the cemetery due to her blacking out.

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