A Larue County teacher who passed out in front of ten students earlier this year, pleads guilty to DUI charges.
Robin Owsley entered the plea Monday in Barren Circuit Court. She was scheduled to go to trial that day.
Owsley was charged with DUI in Barren County back in January. Then in August, she was charged with DUI again after passing out in front of students.
Barren Circuit Judge Phil Patton revoked Owsley’s bond in September in reference to her fourth DUI charge, which is a felony.
Final sentencing for Owsley is set for Feb. 19.
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