Nina Fish, 37, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs after state police received “numerous 911 calls” on her driving. She with is charged with reckless driving, illegally operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs, possession of a controlled substance, reckless driving, and use of drug paraphernalia. Dispatchers stated that they received numerous 911 calls on the vehicle and had the Department of Transportation cameras showing her car almost striking other vehicles. Her vehicle was searched “incident to arrest and two baggies of Cocaine were obtained,” police said.
Cocaine is a dangerous substance, especially while driving. Cocaine can reduce your ability to make good decisions, impair your judgment and endanger your health, which could easily lead to reckless overconfidence and disaster on the road. Hopefully, Nina takes a risk reduction class and learns from this situation. If you need a risk reduction class like Nina, A1 Driving Schools offers online and in-person classes that you can take at your own pace.