Mother, 31, arrested for DUI after her 10-year-old daughter filmed her drunk behind the wheel, it says that she is HAPPY that her child's name was 911 because she had & # 39; failed as a parent & # 39;
- Stephanie Davis, 31, from Glendale, Arizona was accused of suspected DUI after the weekend incident
- Her daughter showed a police video of mother racing capriciously behind the wheel
- Three children in the car were all less than 15 years old
- They shouted out of fear for Davis to stop driving, according to court documents
- Police said Davis had a red face, unclear speech and bloodshot, watery eyes
- They said she also had unclear speech and was so unstable that officers had to help her walk and step into a police cruiser
Stephanie Davis, 31, from Glendale, Arizona was booked on suspicion of DUI charges Saturday after her daughter called the police on her for driving drunk and irregular with three young children
A ten-year-old girl from Arizona was forced to call the police at her own mother for drunk and erratic driving with three terrified children in the car during the weekend.
Stephanie Davis, 31, from Glendale, Arizona was booked on suspicion of DUI allegations following the Saturday afternoon incident near 73rd and Glendale Avenue in the large suburb of Phoenix, according to Arizona Republic.
Her daughter showed police video that she recorded of her mother rushing and swirling on the road after she took the child and her two four-year-old cousins to & # 39; The Lion King & # 39; had seen in a local cinema.
Judicial documents say the children were screaming with fear as Davis drove home uncontrolled. Video of the incident has not yet been released to the media.
& # 39; This is the most embarrassing thing that ever happened in my life. That is the most failed moment to be a mother … I put her life in danger, & Davis told KTVK.
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The Saturday afternoon incident happened near 73rd and Glendale Avenue after Davis took her daughter and two 4-year-old nieces to see The Lion King in a local movie theater (photo)
Davis & # 39; s daughter told reporters that she was calling 911 because she felt unsafe when her mother started driving irregularly and wanted to protect her four-year-old cousins and her mother
& # 39; She was very heroic. Absolutely, she definitely did the right thing, & the mother said about her nameless 10-year-old daughter. & # 39; I did go to the movies and have consumed my wine. Very wrong. It is so easy to make a mistake from honestly to God. & # 39;
Davis & # 39; s daughter told reporters that she got scared when her mother started to drive on the road.
& # 39; The speed limit was not good. it was really really fast. And I didn't feel safe then, & she said. & # 39; And I also wanted to protect my cousins and my mother. I called the police. I kind of like, "My mom's not okay. I know she's drunk. She's really crazy."
Police said that Davis smelled of alcohol and had a red face when they arrived on the scene, according to court reports.
Davis expressed shame and regret and said she endangered her daughter's life
Davis hugged her daughter on Monday in their driveway and advised other parents not to drink and drive
She spoke and needed help walking to a police cruiser.
& # 39; I am disgusted by my behavior and I thank God so much that nothing has happened to my daughter, my nieces and anyone else, & # 39; Davis said.
The 31-year-old hugged her daughter in their driveway on Monday and advised other parents not to drink and drive.
& # 39; Just don't do it, & # 39; she said. & # 39; It's nice and nice to have wine while watching a movie, but it's not worth the risk. It is not worth anyone else's life. & # 39;
Her daughter said she felt good about what she was doing.
& # 39; I know I did the right thing because something very bad could have happened, such as a crash or something, & # 39; she said.
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