JAMESTOWN –Two Sinclairville women were arrested July 2 after allegedly endangering the welfare of their infant daughters.
Lacey J. Tardif, 26, and Kelsey A. Raynor, 27, were arrested by Jamestown police after police were tipped off to a vehicle running red lights.
When police pulled over Tardif, who was driving, a strong odor of alcohol came from the car. Tardif blew a 0.14 percent blood alcohol content. She was also found to be carrying marijuana, which she attempted to empty from a baggie, police said.
Tardif’s 2-year-old daughter was in the vehicle, as was Raynor’s 1-year-old daughter.
Tardif faces charges of felony driving while intoxicated for aggravated DWI with a passenger younger than 16, unlawful possession of marijuana and destroying physical evidence. Tardif was taken to Chautauqua County Jail. Raynor was given an appearance ticket charging her with endangering the welfare of a child.