HACKETTSTOWN, NJ (Warren County) – A Mansfield Township resident who allegedly told cops ‘I was Playing FarmVille’ was charged with being under the influence of CDS Tuesday morning.
At 12:13 a.m., a town police officer observed a vehicle parked in the Fulton Bank, located at 176 Route 182, parking lot, police said.
As the officer pulled up to the vehicle, the officer observed the driver side window down and a female slumped over from the driver’s seat to the passenger seat. The officer approached the vehicle and observed the car key in the ignition, police said.
The officer woke up the female and she was identified as Aimee Goetting-Rosenski, 39, of Mansfield Twp, NJ, police said.
Goetting-Rosenski advised the officer she was playing FarmVille on her phone and the officer determined that she was not playing FarmVille. The game lets players cultivate their farms by plowing, planting and harvesting crops and trees. Players also care for their farm animals: milking their cows and collecting eggs from their chickens.
Through a further investigation it was determined that Goetting-Rosenski was under the influence of CDS.
Goetting-Rosenski was charged with driving while under the influence, reckless driving and being under the influence. She was released pending a court appearance.
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