FROM THE SMOKING GUN: AUGUST 30–Meet Holly Schnobrich. The Indiana woman’s mind was clear enough to know she was in no state to get behind the wheel of her car, but her judgment was clouded (likely by the painkillers and sleeping pills she had been ingesting) when she made her five-year-old son her designated driver. According to the below probable cause affidavit filed in Tippecanoe County Circuit Court, a Lafayette woman saw a 2002 Mitsubishi come “speeding around the corner and screeched to a stop in front of her home.” At the wheel was the toddler and his passengers: his 24-year-old mother and his three-year-old brother. Schnobrich told the woman “He’s a good driver,” but in a later interview with a sheriff’s deputy, the boy said he had a tough time driving because “I can’t reach the pedals.” Schnobrich, who admitting using Percocet as well as taking 86 sleeping pills in the prior two days, was charged with two counts of felony child endangerment and misdemeanor public intoxication. She pleaded guilty just last week to a separate misdemeanor operating under the influence charge and remains in the Tippecanoe County Jail (where the above mug shot was snapped) on $10,000 bond.