Five years ago Alejandra Cardona admitted she was driving drunk when she rolled her SUV and killed a friend.
The Othello woman was allowed out of jail before sentencing and told to wear an ankle bracelet that would monitor where she was and if she drank any alcohol.
The night before her sentencing she apparently cut off the bracelet, and she didn’t show up for court.
This week, Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers sent out an alert in hopes of finding the 31-year-old fugitive.
She pleaded guilty in Franklin County Superior Court to vehicular homicide after the September 2011 wreck on Highway 395.
Her blood-alcohol level was 0.078 percent nearly three hours after her Ford Explorer rolled and hit a light pole, killing her passenger, Aurora Del Pilar Bazan, 27, of Othello.
Cardona was facing a recommended sentence of two years and seven months in prison. Monday was the fifth anniversary of the hearing she failed to show up for.
She’s is described as being 5-foot with brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information leading to Cardona’s arrest could receive up to $1,000 reward from Crime Stoppers.