Police in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, have arrested a Seekonk woman accused of being under the influence of drugs while driving with her 10-year-old child in the car.
Police say a caller reported Monday morning that a car was being driven in an erratic manner on Barney Avenue.
The caller provided a license plate registration, but police could not locate the vehicle.
A short time later the vehicle was spotted on Summer Street.
Tabitha Carter, 39, was pulled over and police performed a field sobriety test. Carter's son was also in the car at the time.
Carter was arrested and was eventually released on $1,040 bail.
She is due back in court Tuesday to be arraigned on charges of OUI Drugs with Child Endangerment and Negligent Operation of a motor vehicle.