Woman allegedly drove 150 miles per hour while drunk to 'teach her son a lesson,' police say
2 monthes ago - By Business Insider
A woman in Kentucky was arrested Sunday for allegedly driving drunk with her son in the car to teach him a lesson, according to police records.
Sunita Jairam, 48, reportedly told police she "drank a bunch of beer and got in the car to teach her son a lesson," and said she drove up to 150 miles per hour, according to arrest records.
Her son told officers he had tried to get out several times, but Jairam had kept the door locked.
A woman in Kentucky was arrested Sunday for driving drunk with her son in the car to allegedly teach him a lesson, according to police records.
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Police: Woman drove drunk to ‘teach her son a lesson'
2 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times
LEXINGTON, Ky. - A Kentucky woman charged with drunken driving told police she did it “to teach her son a lesson.” News outlets report 48-year-old Sunita Jairam was arrested early Sunday on charges including endangering the welfare of a minor. Her arrest citation says she told police she “drank a bunch of beer” and...
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Police: Kentucky woman drove drunk to 'teach her son a lesson'
2 monthes ago - By WLWT
A Kentucky woman charged with drunken driving told police she did it "to teach her son a lesson."
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