Kids turn in school bus driver

Kids turn in school bus driver, NJ students text parents to say bus driver drunk. A New Jersey bus driver has been charged with drunken driving after a middle school student texted home with "Mommy I think our bus driver is drunk she's not driving right."

Westampton police Sgt. Stephen Ent says Carole Crockett had a blood-alcohol level of 0.25 percent, five times the legal limit for operating a commercial vehicle.

Some of the 25 students on the bus called and texted their parents Tuesday afternoon to alert them. Twelve-year-old Dominic Rodrigues tells NBC Philadelphia that kids were yelling: "I don't want to die today!"

Parents called Westampton Middle School, which alerted police. Officers say they found Crockett at another school trying to pick up more students. school bus driver dui, Westamptom Township New Jersey, school bus driver parents,

The 46-year-old Crockett didn't return a voice mail message Thursday. She was released on $85,000 bail.


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