Nation
    Next Score View the next score

    Police say mother drove with son on car hood over dentist dispute

    BETHLEHEM, Pa. — A Pennsylvania mother faces criminal charges for allegedly driving with her son on the hood of her car after the boy refused to go to the dentist.

    Police in Bethlehem Township said the incident began last Wednesday when the 12-year-old boy told 36-year-old Shaurice Jones he wasn’t going to the dentist and climbed on the hood of the car.

    Jones then allegedly drove two miles to a regional police office. Police said the speed limit on the road is 40 miles per hour.

    Advertisement

    LehighValleyLive.com reported that Jones, of Bath, was arrested Monday. She is charged with child endangerment and reckless endangerment and has been freed on $1,000 bail.

    Get Ground Game in your inbox:
    Daily updates and analysis on national politics from James Pindell.
    Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here

    It wasn’t known Monday night if Jones had retained an attorney. A phone number listed for her address was not working.

    Associated Press