Preschool Teacher Crashes and Gets DUI

Preschool Teacher Crashes and Gets DUI
Sierra Jean Lindgren

The Atlanta Journal Constitution stated that Sierra Jean Lindgren, a preschool teacher at Goddard School in Alpharetta, Georgia, was arrested for DUI while carrying a small child passenger in the back of her vehicle. The police report stated that Lindgren, who is 35 years old, was driving a Nissan Xterra when she struck a vehicle and the median wall while driving erratically on Ga. 400 northbound late Saturday. A police official spotted Lindgren’s vehicle and turned his blue lights on to follow her. However, Lindgren ignored the officer’s signals and continued to drive without stopping for about half a mile or so.  She allegedly crossed the lane line several times, taking up two lanes.

Surprisingly, Lindgren registered zero on a handheld alcohol breath test over the weekend. In addition, she stated that she had not been drinking or on any type of medication at the time of the incident. However, legal officers stated that she was unsteady on her feet and couldn’t follow directions during a field sobriety test. She was arrested and taken to North Fulton Hospital for a blood test before going to jail. It was stated that the results of the blood test are not yet available. She received legal charges for DUI, endangering the life of a child, attempting to run from accident scene, and violating traffic laws.

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled Georgia DUI attorney for legal assistance.

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