A woman suspected of drunken driving who pulled in front of a Jeep, causing a collision late Sunday night, was on probation for a DUI arrest in May, the CHP reported.

A passenger in Avrada Demarce's car was injured in the Larkfield-area crash, and CHP officers arrested the 33-year-old woman on suspicion of felony DUI for causing an injury, Officer Jon Sloat reported.

Demarce remained in the Sonoma County Jail on Monday in lieu of $80,000 bail.

Her driving history includes two prior DUI convictions and seven license suspensions, Sloat said.

The collision occurred at 9:25 p.m. Sunday on Mark West Springs Road at Lambert Drive.

Demarce's Toyota SUV collided with a Jeep driven by Roger Herman, 75, of Cobb.

Passenger Grace Campo, 20, of Merced, was taken to Kaiser Pemermanente Medical Center with neck, shoulder and leg injuries.

Campo's 4-year-old daughter was strapped by a seat belt in the back seat but not in a proper child safety seat, said Sloat. The child reportedly wasn't injured.

Demarce was arrested on suspicion of felony DUI, child endangerment, driving with a suspended license and two counts of violating her probation.