Police: Woman Drove Drunk With Child In Car In Wayzata

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities say a 44-year-old woman was arrested Sunday morning in Wayzata for drunk driving with a child in the back seat of the car.

Police say the incident happened at about 9:33 a.m. on Gleason Lake Road east of Wayzata Boulevard. The woman hit another vehicle and was stopped by police. She was arrested for DWI.

Authorities say a 2-year-old child was in the car. A preliminary investigation indicates the woman is believed to be the mother of the child. The woman has not been identified, and there were no injuries in the crash.

The incident remains under investigation.


One Comment

  1. I don’t know why this is so shocking. There are a phenomenal number of drunks on the road at all hours of the day. Old people, young people, parents with kids in the car, and every other combo of drunks are behind the wheel all the time.

    1. Mike Coxin says:

      I’ve never been run off the road by a drunk but I have been run onto the shoulder more than a dozen times in broad daylight by people on cell phones. And if you kill someone while being on a cell phone it is a slap on the wrist. Remember, 80 percent of traffic deaths are caused by sober drivers.

      1. Dan Mack says:

        Your sentiments are well placed Mike. We in the Socialist Village know that Alcohol related deaths and serious injuries are socially acceptable. Our DFL legislators here in the Socialist Welfare Village promote alcoholism to young impressionable children in the public stadiums by indelibly imprinting the use of the alcohol we sell there with the healthy image of sports. Alcoholism is the future of Minnesota. Get your children started on alcohol early. Give them a head start. Check out our ads in CCzero’s “Mikes Mix” column for recipes and flavorings so the children can swallow the toxic alcohol without the normal vomit reflex.

  2. TRUMP 2016! says:

    Seriously! She was trying to submit her 12th vote so the demohactics could pay her!

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