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Mom crashes vehicle to prove to kids that 'God is real'

Mom crashes vehicle to prove to kids that 'God is real'

Police in Norcross say that Bahari Shaquille Warren veered into oncoming traffic with her two children in the backseat and eventually hit a pole on the side of the road.

An incident report showed that Warren confirmed her children's account to police.

An Atlanta, Georgia, mother was arrested his week tfor allegedly driving her auto into a telephone pole with her two kids in the backseat to prove to them that God is real.

The mother is next due in court on Wednesday, according to court records, which spell her first name as Bakari.

"We responded to a single-vehicle crash just after midnight on March 21", Butynski said. "She wanted us to know that God is real", the girl said.

Local police also said the 25-year-old admitted to crashing on objective after telling her kids to buckle their seat belts.

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'When we phoned her in December she told me she had left the country on holiday, but did not tell me which country she was visiting, ' said Yaka.

Warren was frisked and handcuffed right after she got out of her SUV.

"It could've been a lot worse", Nocross Police Sgt. Eric Butynski told WSB.

A mother in Gwinnett County, Georgia reportedly crashed her vehicle into a pole to prove to her kids that God is real.

Warren is charged with two counts of child cruelty and is being held in jail on a $22,000 bond.

The children stayed with a grandmother as Warren was taken into custody, Daily Mail reported.


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