New Jersey Schoolbus Driver Faces DWI Charges
WESTAMPTON TOWNSHIP, New Jersey
A Southern New Jersey school bus driver was arrested on DWI charges after the children she was taking home from school called their parents from their cell phones from the bus to complain about her driving.
The schoolchildren contacted their parents after Carole Crockett allegedly was seen falling asleep behind the wheel and swerving the bus she was driving in Westampton Township, the Courier-Post reported.
The concerned parents called 911, and police caught up with Crockett.
The 46-year-old driver’s blood-alcohol level was .25 percent which is more than three times the legal limit. The legal limit in New Jersey is .08% BAC.
She faces 25 counts of driving under the influence with a minor and child endangerment.
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