Albuquerque police: DWU suspect tried to breastfeed her baby
Aug. 18, 2017
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Police say a female driver pulled over for suspected DWI in Albuquerque tried to breastfeed her child as officers were interviewing her.
They say Natasha Abrams failed field sobriety tests Thursday night. It was unclear Friday if she has a lawyer yet.
Albuquerque TV station KOB reports (http://bit.ly/2v9rlTW) the woman's 5-month-old child was given to Abrams' parents after they arrived on the scene.
Police officers with a DWI unit were sent to a grocery store parking lot to assist a Bernalillo County sheriff's deputy who had stopped an erratic driver and smelled alcohol on her breath.
They say Abrams was holding a child and about to begin breast feeding.
KOB also reported that Abrams told police she had a glass of wine with a friend earlier in the day.
Information from: KOB-TV, http://www.kob.com