Friday, August 1, 2014

Mom LEGALLY required to give alcoholic dad breath analyzer test when he has custody; why should he have custody at all, after 3-year-old son found wandering the street with Daddy unconscious? (Louisville, Kentucky)

I thought I had heard everything when it came to the system coddling abusive, drunk, drug-addicted or generally wastrel fathers. No, this is a new STAR in the FATHER'S RIGHTS GALAXY.

Mom is LEGALLY required to personally administer a breath analyzer test whenever the stupid, useless drunkard of a father has "custody."  The responsibility is heaped all on her to make sure this turd is legally sober and presumably capable of caring for a 3-year-old boy, an age where they can be quite a handful. So is Mom to blame is this idiot gets sh**faced? Or she interpreted the test wrong?

Outrageous. Why not conclude the obvious, that dad ANDREW D. WOZNIAK should not have custody of any type?

POLICE: Louisville dad arrested after 3-year-old found wandering outside home

Posted: Jul 31, 2014 9:27 AM EDT Updated: Jul 31, 2014 9:53 AM EDT

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say they've arrested a man after his 3-year-old son was found wandering alone outside a home in east Louisville.

According to an arrest report, the incident took place shortly after 10 p.m. on Wednesday, outside a home on Deerfield Lane, near the corner of Rudy Lane and N. Hubbards Lane.

Police say a person who lived in the area was outside when he heard a 3-year-old boy say "hello." The boy was allegedly walking around alone in the front yard of his home.

Neighbors went to the boy's home and knocked on the door and honked a car horn in an effort to alert anyone who might be responsible for the child's care that the child had gotten out of the house. According to the arrest report, the front door was already open, and after several minutes of trying to reach someone in the home from the outside, neighbors decided to go inside.

Police say they found 50-year-old Andrew D. Wozniak -- the boy's father -- passed out in the home. They allegedly tried to wake him several times by shaking him and hitting him, but could not rouse Wozniak, so they decided to call police.

By the time the officer arrived, Wozniak was still unconscious and had been so for roughly one hour and 45 minutes, with no knowledge that his son had gotten out of the house. When the officer finally woke Wozniak, police say he didn't know what day it was and told the officer that his son was in his bed in the next room.

"He was not," police said.

Police say the boy's mother is legally required to give Wozniak a portable breathalyzer test when he has custody of the boy. According to the arrest report, he blew a .18 for her and a .290 at the jail.

Wozniak was arrested and charged with second degree wanton endangerment.