Woman arrested, accused of driving drunk with children in car in North Ridgeville

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Dana Conley (Courtesy: North Ridgeville police dept.)

NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio — A woman was arrested, accused of driving drunk with children in the car.

According to a police report, on May 4, officers responded to the area of the library for a report of an impaired woman.

A description of the vehicle was provided and the vehicle was seen leaving the library. Police say the woman committed several marked lanes violations and she was pulled over on Root Road.

Police say the driver, identified as Dana Conley, spoke with slurred speech and had difficulty maintaining her balance.

The report stated a series of field sobriety tests indicated Conley was impaired. She was arrested and issued three traffic citations for marked lanes, OVI, and refusal.

She was also issued an endangering children criminal charge.

The two children in the car were released to a relative.



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