Great Falls woman charged with DUI in drive-thru
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) -- A Great Falls woman is charged with aggravated DUI
after police say she was driving drunk at a fast-food drive-thru with her neigh
bor's young children in the car.
The Great Falls Tribune reports 43-year-old Stacy Dawn Rattray also was cited
Sunday with felony driving under the influence and two counts of endangering the
welfare of children. She made an initial appearance in District Court on Monday
and was released after posting a $10,000 bond.
Court records say Rattray's blood-alcohol level was 0.277, more than three
times the limit of 0.08 in which a person is considered legally drunk.
The girls in her car were 4 and 2. Rattray said they were her neighbor's children,
but that she couldn't remember their mother's name. State child protective
services was notified.