Erika L. Kesner, 42, of 6223 Cedar Creek Way, Farmington, was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, as well as DWI, driving while ability impaired by drugs, and endangering the welfare of a child.
VICTOR — A Farmington woman is facing multiple charges after being accused of showing up intoxicated at the Early Childhood School in Victor on Jan. 26 to pick up her daughter, allegedly forgetting that she had already picked the child up earlier in the day.
Ontario County sheriff’s deputies charged Erika L. Kesner, 42, of 6223 Cedar Creek Way, with aggravated driving while intoxicated, as well as DWI, driving while ability impaired by drugs, and endangering the welfare of a child.
Kesner allegedly showed up to the school’s main office in a confused and disoriented state asking for her 4-year-old daughter, deputies said. An investigation determined that Kesner left the child unattended at her Farmington home in order to return to the school allegedly thinking she still needed to pick up the youth.
Kesner submitted to a breath test that showed her to be above the legal limit, while a drug influence evaluation alleged determined she was also impaired by drugs. The 42-year-old is also accused of being impaired by drugs as well as alcohol while driving with her child inside the car.
Kesner was issued appearance tickets, including citations for the DWI and DWAI charges in Victor Town Court. She will appear in Farmington Town Court for the child endangerment charge.