Kimberly Noelle Martin, 26, of Summerfield, was busted just after 4 a.m. Thursday, April 4, 2013, after deputies got a call about a drunk driver at a convenience store, according to a news release from the Marion County Sheriff's Office. A witness told deputies that Martin "came speeding into the parking lot and slammed on the brakes in front of the gas pumps." The witness also told deputies Martin smelled of booze and three small children were in the back seat of the car, the release stated. The witness managed to get the car keys away from Martin. Martin reportedly failed sobriety field tests. While searching her, deputies said they found oxycodone tablets. Later, Martin allegedly blew a .21 on the breathalyzer, the release stated. The ages of the three children: 9 years old, 6 years old and six-months- old. Open and closed case? Not exactly. In a jail interview, Martin later told the Ocala Star-Banner she and her mother-in-law were arguing on their way to bail her hubby out of jail and it was her mother-in-law who drove into the gas station parking lot, exited the vehicle and then walked away and disappeared, reports the Ocala Star-Banner. This is the mom's 4th booking at the Marion County Jail, inmates records show.
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