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Teenagers charged with driving under the influence of the police and police find three children who do not wear a seat belt

A teenager from Kentucky who was supposed to babysit was arrested after six children were found unrestrained in the backseat of her car, which allegedly stank of pot.

Krislon Talbott, 18, from Owensboro, was arrested Wednesday after the Kentucky police had driven her at a speed of 70 km / h at a speed of 70 km per hour.

A “strong smell of marijuana” came from the SUV and Talbott – and two other women in the car – seemed intoxicated, according to state forces.

She received a field austerity test that the police said she failed.

Three children remained unrestrained in the back seat and another three stayed in the boot of the SUV.

Krislon Talbott, 18 (photo), from Owensboro, Kentucky, was arrested Wednesday for driving 97 mph in a 70 mph zone

Krislon Talbott, 18 (photo), from Owensboro, Kentucky, was arrested Wednesday for driving 97 km / h in a 70 km / h zone

The police smelled 'a strong smell of marijuana' and said that Talbott and two female adult passengers seemed intoxicated. Police smelled 'a strong smell of marijuana' and said Talbott and two female adult passengers seemed intoxicated

The police smelled 'a strong smell of marijuana' and said that Talbott and two female adult passengers seemed intoxicated. Police smelled 'a strong smell of marijuana' and said Talbott and two female adult passengers seemed intoxicated

The police smelled ‘a strong smell of marijuana’ and said that Talbott and two female adult passengers seemed intoxicated. Pictured: Talbott, left, with friend Peyton Coomes

According to WBKOtroopers pulled the SUV with the 27 mph over the speed limit on I-165 in Ohio County.

For the first time, the police noticed three young children in the backseat who were not wearing seat belts and they smelled the smell of marijuana.

Troopers said they heard sound then and then they discovered three more young children who slept in the rear cargo space.

WBKO reported that the driver and her two adult passengers all seemed disoriented with bloodshot eyes.

After failing her austerity test, Talbott would have admitted to the police that she and the other women had smoked marijuana shortly before being persuaded.

Officer searched the vehicle and found both burned marijuana cockroaches and fresh cannabis that had not been smoked.

Reportedly, one of the women took a bag of marijuana and tried to hide it from the police, according to WBKO.

Social services took possession of the children, all of whom were younger than five years old, the police said.

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Officers found three children who were not wearing seat belts in the back seats and found another three sleeping in the trunk of the SUV, and Talbott (photo) said she and her friends were sitting on them

Talbott and her friends Peyton Coomes, 19 (photo), and Allison Frazier, 20, were booked at a number of costs at the Ohio County Detention Center in Hartford

Talbott and her friends Peyton Coomes, 19 (photo), and Allison Frazier, 20, were booked at a number of costs at the Ohio County Detention Center in Hartford

It was unclear whether they had lawyers who could respond on their behalf. Pictured: Frazier

It was unclear whether they had lawyers who could respond on their behalf. Pictured: Frazier

Talbott and her friends Peyton Coomes, 19 (left), and Allison Frazier, 20 (right), were booked at a number of costs at the Ohio County Detention Center in Hartford. It was unclear whether they had lawyers who could respond on their behalf.

Talbot was accused of speeding, reckless driving, eight counts of deliberate first-degree danger, first-degree driving under the influence, six counts of not using child seats, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, six counts for endangering the well-being of a minor and not wearing a seat belt, reported 14 news.

Two other women, Peyton Coomes, 19, and Allison Frazier, 20, were also in the vehicle. The two and Talbott are said to have looked after the children together.

Coomes was accused of public intoxication, six counts of deliberate first-degree threat, six counts of not using child restraint equipment, and possession of marijuana.

Frazier was accused of all the above and, moreover, possession of drug paraphernalia, six counts of endangering the well-being of a minor and tampering with physical evidence.

All three women were arrested and imprisoned at the Ohio County Detention Center in Hartford.

It was unclear whether they had lawyers who could respond on their behalf.

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