BOSTON — New York State Troopers, based at the Boston barracks, arrested Julie Turner, 41, of Boston, for driving while intoxicated.
Troopers were called to the Boston Free Library because Turner, couldn’t find her children and came into the library, asking if they were there. Library officials were concerned and told Turner they were calling the police.
Realizing that the police were called, Turner left the library. As she was driving away, she hit the building with her vehicle. Troopers arrived at the library and interviewed the staff. As the trooper was leaving the library, Turner pulled back in. The trooper interviewed her and determined that she was intoxicated.
Police drove Turner back to her home to find the children. She looked at her cell phone and found a message from her children stating that they would be at the neighbor’s house. The trooper took Turner to the neighbor’s house to check on the children. After the children were determined to be in good care, the trooper transported her to the State Police Boston barracks, where she refused to submit to a chemical test to determine her blood alcohol concentration. She was arrested for driving while intoxicated, refusing to take a breath test and speed not reasonable and prudent.
She will appear on a later date in the town of Boston Court, to answer the charges.