ANCHORAGE -

A Friday single-vehicle rollover of a car with two people in it led Alaska State Troopers to make four arrests including one for DUI, after the vehicle’s occupants allegedly left the crash and walked to a nearby home.

According to an email from AST spokesperson Beth Ipsen, troopers had responded to the crash of a 2005 blue Chevrolet Impala on the Mitchell Expressway, near its Airport Way exit. After finding the vehicle unoccupied at about 6 a.m. Friday, they located both of its occupants at a nearby home.

“Investigation revealed that 26-year-old Christine Michael was driving intoxicated when the vehicle exited the roadway,” troopers wrote in a dispatch on the incident. “The passenger, Eric Jimmie, was found to be violating his probation, for which he was later arrested.”

Two other people at the residence were also arrested, with 55-year-old Thomas Oliver taken into custody for providing false information and violating conditions of his release. Bradley Jimmy, 31, was picked up on an outstanding arrest warrant.

As of Saturday afternoon, court records show four charges listed against Michael: DUI, third-degree assault, reckless driving and driving without a valid driver’s license.

Ipsen says it’s not clear Saturday whether Michael and Jimmie left the Impala to avoid prosecution, or for some other reason.

“(We) can't say for sure, but the driver did call 911 at about 6:23 a.m.,” Ipsen wrote.

The Impala’s occupants were briefly taken to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries sustained in the crash. After troopers’ investigation, all four people arrested were reunited -- at the Fairbanks Correctional Center.