Talk about an exciting evening.
Heidi Everson was so drained from her recent adventure, that she couldn’t even stay awake for her mugshot.
The Maine woman is accused of driving into the front of a home in Waterville Sunday night, May 31, 2015. Victim Steven Nye said he was sitting eight feet from his front door when the woman’s red Volkswagen Beetle crashed into the front of his house.
Everson was allegedly high on drugs at the time and driving with her 17-month-old daughter in the car without proper restraints, police say.
The suspect and her child were taken to the hospital and cleared shortly after. Then Everson was taken into custody and charged with a felony DUI because it was her third offense.
Everson also faces several other misdemeanors as well for other criminal activity, including:
• Assault for allegedly trying to force her way into a room at Inland where her daughter was being examined and assaulting a nurse in the process
• “Endangering the welfare of a child” for driving under the influence with a child in the car, and
• Driving to endanger.