Marco mom faces DUI charge after crash in school parking lot

Patricia Libby

Patricia Libby

A Marco Island mother faces a DUI charge after hitting a parked car Thursday morning while dropping her kids off at school, according to an arrest report.

Marco police said Patricia Ann Libby, 38, hit a Smart car around 8:15 a.m. as she pulled into a parking space at Tommie Barfield Elementary School. Libby then reversed her Hyundai, struck the Smart car again, reversed again and hit the Smart car for the third time, according to an arrest report.

After speaking with officers and completing field sobriety exercises, Libby was arrested and taken to the Naples Jail Center. Libby, of the 2000 block of San Marco Road, faces charges of DUI, DUI property damage, duty upon damaging an unattended vehicle and neglect of a child.

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RayPray writes:

in response to GorchFock:

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"Must be a Mitt Romney fan. Mormons are not trained with alcohol."

>>> Mormons are teetotalers, but definitely should be trained in breakfast guzzling.

"President Barack Obama the GREAT will political fight this behavior."

>>> In fact our Great Helmsman's 'Race for the Bottom' education drive already includes tuition for early a.m. irresponsibility.

WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot writes:

This place is full of dumb a----!...Klaus?

You can't make this s$!t up!

MrBreeze writes:

Maybee her Hyundai was angry at the smart car. Or maybee the two could take only one space.

bobsamdog1 writes:

snookered at eight in the!! was there anything left of the smart car

happyhorowitz34145 writes:

What a great way to start off Mothers Day out by one of the mothers of marco.
Was she heading to a Gibson Rally!

2themoon writes:

in response to happyhorowitz34145:

What a great way to start off Mothers Day out by one of the mothers of marco.
Was she heading to a Gibson Rally!

Hahahaaaaa Lmfao!!

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