KENNEWICK, Wa. (WTXF/Storyful) - A Washington state trooper became a temporary babysitter after the mother of a baby boy was arrested for driving under the influence.
The mother was pulled over for speeding and failed a breathalyzer test on March 28.
Trooper C. Thorson of the Washington State Patrol shared an image of one of his colleagues entertaining the 10-month-old, who was sitting in his car seat with plush toys.
One our troopers babysitting a 10 month old baby where the mother was arrested for DUI in Kennewick. Mother was stopped for speeding and following too close and blew a .198 on the PBT. #DontDrinkAndDrive pic.twitter.com/QWUOpJMIap— Trooper C. Thorson (@wspd3pio) March 28, 2018
According to the post, his mother was pulled over and arrested after she was found to be three times over the legal alcohol limit. Her son was in the car with her.
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