Woman allegedly under influence of drug while three daughters were in vehicle

CASTILE, N.Y. (WIVB) – A Wyoming County woman is accused of driving under the influence with her three teen-aged daughters in her vehicle.

Deputies conducting a DWI detail on Memorial Day stopped Angela Jones on Chapman Road in Castile after witnessing her drive across hazard markings several times. Officers also noticed the 40-year-old Perry woman had a tail light out and unapproved stickers in her rear window.

A field sobriety test found Jones to be intoxicated. A drug recognition expert determine she was under the influence of a central nervous system depressant. Her three daughters, ages 15, 14 and 14, were in the vehicle with her.

Jones is facing charges of DWI by drugs, three counts of felony DWI under Leandra’s Law, unlicensed operator, third degree aggravated unlicensed operation, endangering the welfare of a child, driving across hazard markings, unapproved stickers and inadequate tail light.

She was taken to the Wyoming County Jail on $750 bail.

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