VERONA — A female driver was in trouble after crashing at high-speed into a parked pickup truck, as caught on a surveillance camera.

The Sunday crash happened along Grove Avenue around 1 a.m.

Verona Police Department via Facebook 2
Verona Police Department via Facebook 2

As seen in Nest camera footage shared by Verona police, what appears to be a Porsche rams into the back of a pickup, parked in front of a home.

DUI arrest 2-vehicle crash (Verona Police Department via Facebook)
(Verona Police Department via Facebook)

According to police, a 30-year-old woman from Cedar Grove was arrested, charged with DUI and several other offenses and released to a family member.

No other details were publicly released as of Tuesday, including the driver's name.

DUI crash (Verona Police Department via Facebook) 2
(Verona Police Department via Facebook)

No injuries were reported in the incident.

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