Saryna Parker, 43, rear-ended another vehicle while drunk driving with her 10-year-old son in the car in Miami. She told the arresting officer she wanted to kiss him and kicked him in the groin
An eighth grade science teacher was arrested after a slew of embarrassing and dangerous behavior in Miami on Friday.
Saryna Parker, 43, rear-ended another vehicle while drunk driving with her 10-year-old son in the car. She was also on probation at the time.
When asked to do a sobriety test, she told a police office that she 'felt like kissing him,' and when she was subsequently arrested, she kicked him in the groin.
Miami Dade-County Public schools confirmed to the Miami Herald that she was a probationary teacher at South Dade Middle School and would be terminated.
Police say the incident occurred around 8pm at US Highway 1 and Southwest 182nd Avenue, when Parker crashed her Cadillac into a Chrysler van.
When police arrived, they noticed she was unsteady on her feet and the alcohol on her breath. Parker reportedly first tried to say that she wasn't the driver of the Cadillac, and tried to escape by trying to use the bathroom.
Miami Dade-County Public schools confirmed to the Miami Herald that she was a probationary teacher at South Dade Middle School and would be terminated
Floride State Highway Patrol briefly handcuffed her, then began the process of conducting sobriety tests.
The trooper said that she was having difficulty keeping her balance and tried to begin the tests before instructed to do so.
He said: 'I explained the exercises to her, she touched me on my back and advised: I feel like kissing you.'
When she refused a breathalyzer, she was then arrested, when things got violent.
The trooper continued: ' As Ms. Parker sat in the back of my patrol car she violently kicked me in the groin with her right leg then continued to kick my right rear passenger side door,' the trooper wrote.
'During this whole incident, Ms. Parker was uncooperative and very belligerent.'
She now faces charges related to driving under the influence, child abuse, and battery on a law enforcement officer.