A Vancouver woman out on bail in a hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian was taken back into custody Thursday after twice violating the court’s order not to drink.Investigators suspect Jessica Lyn Bankhead was driving under the influence when she struck and killed 44-year-old Richard Waller of Vancouver on Feb. 25 and sped away.Deputy Prosecutor James Smith said Thursday that witnesses reported seeing Bankhead, 35, drinking at taverns before the crash. She has three prior DUI convictions in 2004, 2006 and 2011, and an ignition interlock violation in 2016.Bankhead reportedly tested positive for alcohol consumption during urinalysis testing March 6 and March 7, according to Clark County Corrections, which asked for her release to be revoked.Her attorney, Steve Thayer, agreed that she should return to jail, maybe for a week, he said, but asked Superior Court Judge David Gregerson to set a new bail amount. Bankhead previously posted a $40,000 bond.
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