North Carolina Woman Drives Drunk with her 3-Year-Old Daughter in the Car, Then Urinates in the Squad Car

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A North Carolina woman is facing multiple charges after she drove drunk with her 3-year-old daughter in the car, then attempted to fight officers, and topped it off by urinating in the officer’s car on the way to jail.

27-year-old Lauren Marie Warf was driving “erratically from the 710 Bowling Alley parking lot” into the parking lot of Wango Tango, nearly hitting a parked car, causing a security officer to call the cops.

When officers arrived, they immediately noticed a toddler sitting in the rear passenger seat of the car.

The inebriated woman was unable to answer the simplest of questions and reeked of alcohol, according to the police report.

She began screaming at the officer who was attempting to ask her questions, and “attempted to exit the vehicle violently,” prompting the officer to pull out his taser.

The officer then asked the wasted woman to get out of her car and she refused. The officer then pulled her from her car.

While being transported to the J. Reuben Long Detention Center, she started “screaming violently” and made threats to the officer. She was kicking and head-butting the car doors and appeared to be hallucinating, according to the report. The officer says that she was also “looking at the empty seat beside her and speaking to multiple individuals that were not there.”

While screaming, making threats to the officer, and speaking to invisible passengers, she took off her seatbelt, then her pants, then proceeded to urinate in the floor and seat of the patrol car.

Her feet were bloody from kicking the car door, her clothes were saturated with urine, and she continued to fight the officer as he attempted to remove her from the car when they arrived at the jail.

She was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center Saturday at 1:05 a.m. and released Sunday morning on a $3,385 bond.

She’s charged with DUI, driving under suspension, vehicle required to be registered and licensed, resisting arrest, and child endangerment.

The 3-year-old little girl was taken into state custody.

 

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