A Noyac woman has been accused of physically attacking her nanny while the victim was holding the suspect’s child, then driving drunk with the kid last week.

Southampton Town Police said Laura Bowery-Falco got into a fight with the nanny at the family’s Roses Grove Road home, causing minor injuries to the victim on the afternoon of July 11.

The 44-year-old woman put her child, who was not injured, in her car and drove to her mother’s house down the street, where officers found she was under the influence of alcohol shortly later, police said.

Bowery-Falco was charged with harassment, endangering the welfare of a child and driving while intoxicated with a minor, a felony under Leandra’s Law.

She will be arraigned Tuesday at Southampton Town Justice Court. The child was released to the father.


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