A Pennsylvania Mother Is Arrested And Charged After Trying To Teach Her Son A Lesson
By: Eboni Walker
A woman was is arrested and charged with felonies after driving her 12-year-old son to the police station on the hood of her car.
On Wednesday, police officers in Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania said Shaurice Jones took her son to the dentist in the area. When they got to the office, the boy wouldn’t go into the office for his appointment. Instead, he climbed on top of the hood of her vehicle and refused to get off.
The 36-year-old woman then decided to get inside of her car, and you drove off with the boy still on the hood of the car. She drove two miles away from the dentist office to the Colonial Regional Police Department.
According to police, Jones admitted to officials that she drove to the station with the boy on the hood of the car because she didn’t know what else to do and thought it would be a good idea to scare her son straight by being at the station. The speed limit on the road where the facilities sits on, is 40 mph.
Jones was arrested Monday and charged with child endangerment and reckless endangerment. She was later freed on $1,000 unsecured bail.
By: Eboni Walker | Web: www.ebonimwalker.com | Instagram: EboniMWA | Twitter: EboniMWalker
Source: The Shade Room