Assistant Principal Showed Up to School Drunk During Alcohol Awareness Week
There's an assistant principal in Louisiana whose school has been doing Alcohol Awareness Week. Apparently, she missed the point by a long shot.
Police in Pierre Part, Louisiana got a call on Monday about a dangerous driver on the highway. They found the car and followed them all the way to an elementary school parking lot. The woman driving was 49-year-old Rachel Turley, who's the assistant principal at that school.
Monday was the first day of the school's Red Ribbon week, which is their annual event for alcohol awareness.
Her blood-alcohol level was almost three times the legal limit, so she was arrested for driving while intoxicated and careless operation. There's no word on whether she still has a job.