Camden Co. woman going to prison for endangering child
On August 20, Bonnie Hipple admitted her guilt to charges of Endangering Welfare Of Child, assault, and DWI.
Mon, 26 Aug 2013 15:39:52 GMT — A Camden County woman charged with endangering the welfare of a child will serve prison time after pleading guilty. On August 20, Bonnie Hipple admitted her guilt to charges of Endangering Welfare Of Child, assault, and DWI. In June the Camden County Sheriff's Department responded to a call that the 26-year-old woman was intoxicated and had driven with her small child to a home on Horseshoe Bend Parkway in the village of Four Seasons. When officers arrived, Hipple admitted to driving, but she refused a sobriety test. Hipple yelled obscenities while kicking the officers and patrol car. Officers deployed their taser three times, before finally restraining and arresting her. Hipple was sentenced to five-years in prison for endangering the welfare of a child. She was sentenced to 30-days for the assault charge and 30-days for the DWI charge but won't have to serve additional time because of the time she has already served in jail.
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