GWINNETT COUNTY, GA – The driver that was driving the wrong way on GA 316 in Gwinnett County and had caused the head on collision between another vehicle has been booked in to Gwinnett County Jail. The accident occurred on the 24th of August near US 29.

Lawrenceville police say that the suspect, 37-year-old Beverly L. Wilkins from Dacula is accused of stealing a dozen vials of propofol from Gwinnett Medical Center. Wilkins was an employee of the said institution prior to the incident.

Propofol is known to be a drug used to induce or to maintain the effects of anesthesia. The police said that Wilkins had injected herself with two vials of the drug before she hit a car that was driven by 19-year-old Yi Shan Yang of Berkeley Lake.

Yang was rushed to the hospital sustaining serious but nonetheless, non-life threatening injuries.

Yang had a total of four passengers inside the car. Everyone was in between mid to late teens. The passenger seated on the rear center is currently in critical condition with severe head injury.

Wilkins, on the other hand, sustained non-life threatening injuries and was subsequently brought to the hospital.

Wilkins was booked into the Gwinnett County Jail on Friday with multiple charges which includes DUI, theft by taking, five counts of accident with serious bodily injury, reckless driving and failure to maintain lane.

The remaining vials of propofol were recovered in Wilkins’ purse and were returned back to the hospital.

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Link to the article: http://www.cbsatlanta.com/story/19416195/police-woman-steals-drugs-from-hospital-gets-in-head-on-collision