A Durham driver known as “STAYUMBL,” who is infamous on social media for reckless driving, will plead guilty to a charge after the Wake County District Attorney issued an arrest order.
According to the district attorney’s office, Diana Mems did not show up for her scheduled court date Tuesday, marking the second time she has been a no-show for two charges stemming from a January citation for expired registration and improper turn.
Expired registration is a Class III misdemeanor and statute allows for an order of arrest to be issued.
On Thursday, Mems’ lawyer was able to produce a valid registration – dismissing the misdemeanor.
However, Mems will plead guilty to improper turn, her attorney confirmed to WNCN’s Susanna Black.
The arrest order for Mems has been rescinded.
She still has charges pending in Superior Court. Mems is required to appear in person in Superior Court.
She faces a charge of driving 23 over the speed limit, 68 mph in a 45 mph zone, in Superior Court.
Mems is notorious on social media for performing dangerous maneuvers on the road caught on camera.
WNCN brought Mems to the attention of Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman after an investigation revealed her to be connected to more than a dozen aliases and 31 traffic violations.
The latest incident happened in April with a Durham County School bus. Video taken by the school bus driver showed Mems stopping her car in front of the bus on a two-lane road, getting out of her car, and blocking it from moving. She’s facing charges of careless and reckless driving, illegal passing, and impeding traffic from that incident.
Mems is due in Wake County Superior Court on May 20