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Sioux City woman cited again for not having a valid driver's license


SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) - A Sioux City woman, involved in a fatal crash more than a year ago, has been cited again for driving without a license.

38 year-old Kimberly Pauley was cited earlier this month for driving with a denied or suspended license, making an unsafe turn or failure to signal and driving without insurance.

Authorities say Pauley was issued the tickets after she failed to signal her intent to turn off Highway 20 in Sioux City.

Pauley lost her license in June, after entering an Alford plea to a charge of failing to yield while making a left turn.

Sioux City police say in September of 2012, she turned in front of a motorcycle.

That motorcycle driver, Cody Harris, died.

Pauley was also ordered to spend 30 days in jail after she pleaded guilty to not having a valid driver's license and not having insurance.

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