Police have arrested a woman from Pennsylvania, at 11 p.m. Feb. 13 with her daughter in the car. The arresting police officers say the woman, 36-year-old Angela Daywalt, had her 8-year-old daughter blow into a Breathalyzer Ignition Interlock device installed on the vehicle that was intended to prevent the woman from committing another DUI offense. However she was once again charged with a DUI, after crashing her car in this latest incident.
Daywalt was charged with a second DUI offense, corruption of minors and other driving under the influence related charges after crashing with her daughter in the car. The accident happened in Quincy Township, Franklin County. State Troopers announced the arrest 3 weeks ago.
The police report goes onto say, that Daywalt left the scene of the crash and went to her residence after a witness says Daywalt told her daughter to blow into the ignition interlock machine to start the car. The Ignition Interlock device will have to be installed for a DUI offense conviction as part of the required penalties for an offense, as a preventative measure to help keep drivers with past drunk driving convictions from repeating the DUI offense again in the future.
The court records online do not list a lawyer for Daywalt.