LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ – A Mohave County mom was arrested for DUI while her children were in the vehicle.

Authorities say a witness in Lake Havasu City contacted police to report a woman who appeared to be drunk driving a black Dodge van with children inside. According to the witness, the suspect was overheard saying she and the kids were on the way to Bullhead City.

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies located the vehicle and noticed it was swerving within its lane. Authorities then pulled the woman over near Jerome.

When deputies approached the suspect, Jessica Camp, they claim to have smelled alcohol and noticed two children in the back seat, ages 11 and 13.

Camp admitted to having a drink earlier that day and was arrested after failing a field sobriety test. A blood alcohol content test later revealed her BAC level was .271 percent, which is over three times the legal limit. In Arizona, those having such a high BAC percent while driving are charged with aggravated DUI.

The children were released to their father following Camp’s DUI arrest.

Driving under the influence is a serious crime that can have life-long negative consequences for those who are convicted. Punishments may include expensive fines and fees, driver’s license revocation, community service, or worst of all, jail time. If you have been arrested for drunken driving, speak to a leading DUI attorney in Arizona immediately to contest your charges.

With a top DUI defense team working on your behalf, you can rest assured your case will end with the best possible outcome. Your DUI lawyer  will not rest until your charges are either drastically reduced or possibly even wiped out completely.

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