Drunk driving is called the single most preventable crime. The person has to willingly drink alcohol and willingly get behind the wheel of a vehicle. One lawmaker is Kentucky is trying to change the drunk driving laws in the state. He wants to install interlock devices on the vehicles that people who have been convicted of drunk driving will operate. This announcement comes on the heels of a drunk driving accident that hurt two children and their pregnant mother.
The mug shot probably casts 50 shades of irony over a Kentucky woman arrested east of Marshall County. With an eyebrow raised, she looks into the camera wearing a black shirt emblazoned with the words "I heart crystal meth."