Roswell Mom Arrested for Child Endangerment

Posted by Richard Lawson | Jan 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

A 34 year old Roswell woman is facing DUI child endangerment charges after crashing her motor vehicle earlier this week. Her young son was in the backseat. Roswell police officer Lisa Holland stated that the mother was reportedly driving wildly down Old Alabama Rd. Witnesses reported that the mother's Toyota 4 Runner was driving well over the speed limit and passed a vehicle over double yellow lines when she lost control of her vehicle and collided with two vehicles head on. Following the wreck, the mother and her 18 month old son were transported to North Fulton hospital. According to reports, the mother had the odor of alcohol coming from her person. At the hospital, the mother was very uncooperative according to reports. She allegedly admitted to having consumed 4 one shot bottles of vodka in addition to taking her prescribed medications.

The mother was arrested for DUI and her blood was drawn to see if it was positive for alcohol. The results of that test are not known at the time of this writing. At the hospital, the mother was yelling and screaming according to the police report. She ignored Roswell police's request that she quiet down. After she and her son were treated and discharged, she resisted handcuffs and fought Roswell police, allegedly kicking and cursing at the officers as they attempted to place her in the patrol car. She was taken to the Roswell Detention Center where she posted a $16,500 bond and was released. Family and Child Services were notified regarding her young son. The mother is facing charge for drunk driving, child endangerment, reckless driving, passing in a no passing zone, obstruction of a police officer and disorderly conduct.

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