May 29, 2015 10:54 AM

Police: Manchester woman drove drunk with 2 children in car, had heroin

MANCHESTER - A woman has been charged with endangering a child and DWI after she was found allegedly driving drunk with two children in the back seat and in possession of heroin.

43 year-old Kristin Fosher-Laliberte of Manchester was arrested late Thursday night.

A plain clothes detective said he saw Fosher-Laliberte briefly passed out at a stop light on Lake Avenue in Manchester, and asked for a patrol officer to follow her.

The officer reported watching her hit a curb and swerve across double yellow lines before he was able to pull her over near McGregor Square.

Two children, both 3 years old, were in the back seat. Fosher-Laliberte later failed field sobriety tests.

A search after her DWI arrest also led to the discovery of .7 grams of heroin.

Fosher-Laliberte was charged with possession of a controlled drug (heroin), aggravated driving while intoxicated, and endangering the welfare of a child.

The two children were not harmed during the incident and were placed in proper care.


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