Teen Calls Cops On Mother For Driving Under The Influence In St. Paul0
Here at Quicker Liquor Finder, we can tell you that being a good influence means you need to avoid driving under the influence. This is even more vital, if your 13-year-old daughter is along for the ride.
St. Paul Police said a 13-year-old called 911 on her mother for driving under the influence.
Around 12:05 PM Wednesday, police received a report of an intoxicated woman driving a minivan. The woman’s daughter told the 911 dispatcher that she was a passenger in the minivan. She alerted the authorities, when she became scared.
The responding officers located Kristin Rae Clouse at Lexington Parkway and Lombard Avenue. Police said Clouse showed signs of intoxication, including slurred speech, watery eyes and alcohol on her breath.
Clouse admitted to making an illegal U-turn, in an attempt to catch her daughter after she ran away. She suffered a flat tire as a result of running over “something.”
The girl was located a short time later. Police said she was very upset over the situation.
The moral of this story is driving hammered will get you nailed.