But she explained to the state trooper that her father was DYING in the hospital, and she was rushing to see him. So he took down her basic info and let her go. The problem is, the trooper actually looked into her story. And when he did . . . he found Carley's father actually died back in 2008. He ALSO learned that she was driving on a suspended registration. So, on Sunday, he TRACKED HER DOWN. He went to her house, showed her a copy of her FATHER'S OBITUARY from 2008 . . . and arrested her. She's facing charges for driving with suspended registration and speeding. The police say she was looking at around a $200 speeding ticket. Now she's looking at thousands of dollars in potential fees and court costs.
(ABC 9 - Manchester / Merrimack Patch)