Baton Rouge police: Woman arrested after driving while high on muscle relaxants with children in car _lowres

Antoinette Corner

Baton Rouge police arrested a woman accused of driving while high on a muscle relaxant with three small children in the back seat of her car Sunday afternoon.

Police found Antoinette Corner, 44, unresponsive in the driver’s seat while her car was stalled near the intersection of Government and 22nd streets, according to a police report.

Corner had slurred speech, dilated pupils and an extreme lack of balance, the report says. Officers also found a baggie with Carisprodol pills in the driver’s side door, the report says.

Corner, who was unable to perform any sobriety tests, told officers that she was high and didn’t have a prescription for the Schedule-IV drug, the report says.

Corner, of 5665 Madison Ave., Baton Rouge, was booked into Parish Prison on three counts of driving while intoxicated with child endangerment, reckless operation and possession of a Schedule-IV drug.