Westlake police: Woman on marijuana caught speeding with unrestrained toddler

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WESTLAKE, Ohio-- A Cleveland woman is facing a long list of charges after she was pulled over by Westlake police on Sunday.

Cherita Foreman, 27, was clocked going 90 mph on Interstate 90, the Westlake Police Department said. She had a 2-year-old-boy sitting in a booster seat next to her.

According to Westlake police, Foreman had been smoking marijuana, and did not know the baby's name or age.

Instead of finding a diaper bag in the car, officers discovered credit cards for two Lakewood women. Police said Foreman obtained them by stealing her employers' identities.

Police bought diapers and changed the child before turning him over to Cuyahoga County Children and Family Services. Authorities tracked down his mother, who lives in Toledo.

Foreman is charged with speeding, violating the child restraint law, possession of marijuana, identity fraud, misuse of credit cards and child endangering.