Woman Charged With Drink Driving Offences

A woman is due to appear in court after being charged with drink driving and being drunk in charge of a child offences.

Kristiane Larsson, 36, of Rose Hill in Sutton, was arrested after a car overturned in a caravan park in Selsey on 23 May.

Another woman aged 35 along with four children, two girls and two boys, escaped the crash unhurt.

Ms Larsson is due to appear at Worthing Magistrates Court on 9 June.


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