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Woman arrested for driving drunk with children in the back seat

Posted: Aug 10, 2018 4:01 PM Updated:

A woman is accused of leaving the scene of a crash at first. But, police later making the arrest after finding out she had apparently been drunk driving with kids inside the car.

Annie Reyes Albert faces multiple charges of driving while impaired with child on board.

Documents state police responded to a report of a traffic crash early this morning. The witness telling authorities the driver involved took off, but not before they got the suspect's license plate number. Investigators were able to track down the suspect

. She apparently smelled of alcohol and later admitted to drinking eight beers. Her blood alcohol content - more than twice the legal limit.

And even more shocking...police spotting a 1 year old and 3 year old in the back seat.

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