ROSWELL, Georgia -- Police in Georgia say they got a tip about a possible DUI from inside the car. When the driver wouldn't pull over, her own daughter called 911.
"We received a 911 call reporting a DUI," Officer Lisa Holland with the Roswell Police Department said.
When police responded to Old Scott Road in Roswell, Georgia last weekend, they already had a good idea about what was going on inside Deborah Miller's car.
That's because the 911 call had come from someone inside it.
"She noticed her mom was weaving all over the road. She asked her mom several times to pull over. Her friends were in the car," Officer Holland said.
When her mom didn't pull over, the woman's 16-year-old daughter picked up the phone and called 911.
"We have to commend the daughter for calling and reporting this. She was concerned with her safety and the safety of her mom," Officer Holland said.
Miller is now facing DUI charges.
"It's unfortunate it takes a 16-year-old with more maturity, but the fact of the matter is the 16-year-old did the right thing," one driver said.
"It's just sad the mom can't be responsible enough. Good for the daughter, but it's sad that the daughter felt in danger from her mom's driving," another driver said.