COBB COUNTY, Ga. — A mother faces serious charges after she allegedly drove down the wrong side of a major Marietta road with no headlights on with an open container. Authorities said she also had her infant son in the back seat.

It happened around 9 p.m. Aug. 5 near the intersection of Bells Ferry Road and Cobb Parkway, authorities said.

According to a criminal warrant, Martha Bosquez-Romo drove her Kia Soul the wrong way down Bells Ferry Road into oncoming traffic, stopping "nose-to-nose" with a police car. 

When the officer got out of his car to approach Bosquez-Romo's, he could reportedly see an open Corona beer bottle in the center console and another empty one in the back of the car, according to the warrant. The officer reported Bosquez-Romo's eyes being "very glassy" and a strong odor of alcohol on her breath when she spoke. The officer also noted the woman's son was in the back seat of the car.

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The warrant said the officer then asked Bosquez-Romo for her driver's license, but she told him she didn't have one - only a Mexican Identification Card. 

When the officer tried to conduct a field sobriety test, the warrant said Bosquez-Romo was not able to get through it "due to her becoming hysterical upon removal from the vehicle." The warrant added that Bosquez-Romo was "not able to stand on her own and had to be held upright" by officers. 

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Martha Bosquez-Romo now faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, child endangerment, driving with an open container, driving without headlights, driving without a license and driving on the wrong side of the road.

A Cobb County magistrate judge issued Bosquez-Romo a $6,000 bond.

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