Published: Tue, March 27, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Mom intentionally crashes vehicle to prove to kids that 'God is real'

Mom intentionally crashes vehicle to prove to kids that 'God is real'

According to the New York Post, her children, ages 5 and 7, were not injured in the accident and verified their mom's story to the officers at the scene.

"She was telling us to believe in god so nothing would happen to us", one of the children told police, according to patrol vehicle footage obtained by WSBTV.

Police say 25-year-old Bakari Warren told officers she crashed her auto on goal in efforts to prove to her children God's existence.

AN eSikhaleni mother is fast losing hope that she will ever see her daughter alive again. "She wanted us to know that God is real". Police confirmed that Warren told her kids to buckle up their seat belts just before she began crossing the intersection with the intent to crash into the pole.

"Her eyes (were) closed and she was saying, "blah, blah, blah, I love God", the girl said.

When police officers arrived on the scene of the auto crash, they safely herded both children and Warren from the vehicle.

Officers arrested Warren right after she got out of the SUV.

"It could've been a lot worse", Nocross Police Sgt. Eric Butynski told WSB. But WSB reports she later made it clear to officers that she crashed the vehicle carrying her children on objective "to prove that God will protect them".

She was released from Gwinnett County Jail on Friday afternoon on $11,200 bond, according to jail records. Police report that the children are now with their grandparents.

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