ALBANY, N.Y.- A woman who was accused of killing her twin sister by driving their vehicle off a Hawaii cliff in May was being held in a New York jail Monday after again being charged with murder.
New York State Police announced over the weekend that Alexandria Duval, 38, was apprehended Friday after being tracked down at an Albany home. Police say when they discerned Duval outside the residence she tried to flee, but she was soon caught.
The arrest comes after the Maui Police Department problem a authorize for Duval’s arrest when a splendid jury indicted her on a second-degree slaying cost late last-place month.
Authorities on Maui said Alexandria was driving a Ford Explorer on Hana Highway on May 29 with her sister Anastasia in the passenger sit when the SUV crashed into a boulder wall, throwing about 200 feet onto a rocky shoreline during what was described as a hair-pulling fight over the steering wheel.
Anastasia Duval was killed and Alexandria was injured. Alexandria was arrested and jailed on a second-degree assassination accusation, accused of intentionally effecting her sister’s death.
A judge afterward prescribed Alexandria’s release after influencing there was no probable cause for a assassination charge.
In August, Duval was arrested in Stamford in upstate New York on a drunken driving accusation after approvals say she nearly struck a vehicle driven by a state police researcher. She was exhausted about three weeks later.
Duval was being held in the Albany County Jail awaiting extradition to Hawaii.
The Duval sisters, born Alison and Ann Dadow in the Utica, New York, expanse, controlled popular yoga studios in Palm Beach County, Florida, from 2008 to 2014 before they changed their identifies. They moved to Hawaii in December 2015 from Utah.