A 49-year-old Alabama woman received four speeding tickets in just one day, after being pulled over several times for driving over 100 miles-per-hour on Interstate-90. The State Patrol says the woman was headed to Racine, Wisconsin when she was first stopped in Martin County after several other drivers reported that she was speeding and weaving in and out of traffic. A trooper says she passed him at 112 miles-per-hour, and she was ticketed for speeding, not having proof of insurance, and marijuana possession. Twenty miles later she was pulled over for driving 99 miles-per-hour, and given tickets for speeding and no proof of insurance. State troopers in both Minnesota and Wisconsin were then warned about her, and she was stopped and ticketed twice more. She’ll likely have to pay more than $500 in fines.