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WASHINGTON - SEPTEMBER 21 : Metropolitan Police Officer Tyrone Gross (L) and Officer J.D. Hansohn (R) write warning tickets to motorists who were talking on their cell phones on September 21, 2010 in Washington, DC. Police were giving warnings and tickets to people who were talking on cell phones while driving past a hotel where the 2010 Distracted Driving Summit was being held. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

A woman in Pennsylvania drove two miles last week with her 12-year-old on the hood of her car . . . because he refused to get in to go to the dentist.  She was arrested for child endangerment and reckless endangerment.

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Police: Mom drove with son on hood of car over dentist dispute

BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) - A Pennsylvania mom faces criminal charges for allegedly driving with her son on the hood of her car after the boy refused to go to the dentist. Police in Bethlehem Township say the incident began last Wednesday when the 12-year-old boy told 36-year-old Shaurice Jones he wasn't going to the dentist and climbed on the hood of the car.