...The Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Department said they were called early Sunday morning after neighbors told them they saw the boy behind the wheel.
"It was just bizarre," Barrett told the Journal & Courier of Lafayette. "I asked, 'Is this toddler driving your car?' She said, 'He's a good driver.'"
Police said another neighbor took Schnobrich's car keys so that she couldn't get away before officers arrived.
According to a probable cause affidavit, Schnobrich admitted taking the prescription painkiller Percocet and had a near-empty bottle of sleeping pills that she told them she had for two days....
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