Report: Driver's license of woman in Nocatee road-rage incident suspended four times

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A St. Johns County arrest report says that a road-rage incident led to the arrest of a Jacksonville woman on felony drug charges stemming from a Nocatee road-rage incident.

Deputies said that Lauren Davis, 22, was driving with a license that had been suspended four times by the state.

According to a report, Davis was driving on Nocatee Parkway when she slammed the brakes on her 2008 Honda Element in an act of road rage. A deputy witnessed the incident, the report said.

When Davis was pulled over, she immediately admitted that she had road rage because she had been cut off by another car, the report said.

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The deputy who pulled her over smelled marijuana and asked Davis if she had any in her car, the report said. Davis then held up a plastic bag from her center console.

Davis told deputies the bag held one ounce of marijuana, the report said.

The report added that Davis' drivers license has been suspended four times since July 19, 2017.