The CHP arrested Rahila Jarrett just after 2:30 a.m. Friday on suspicion of evasion and impersonating a police officer.
The city received 270 doses, but they have already dwindled.
Firefighters had to take an elderly woman out through her bedroom window because flames had reached her interior doorway when they got inside.
Police said they have flagged the driver’s license for a priority review from the DMV.
People who knew her said she was incredibly kind and a “force to be reckoned with.”
Following a classmate’s death, five students called on the City Council to prioritize funding student mental health programs. “We were converting our grief into something meaningful,” one said.