A WOMAN is facing jail after she was caught drink-driving while five times the limit – with a baby and two other children in her car.

Ranjina Kaur Devine, of Clarkston, had an 11-month-old baby, a 22-month-old toddler and a four-year-old in her vehicle when she was caught by police.

Officers had been tipped off she may be drunk after Devine was spotted leaving Soar at intu Braehead.

Devine, 36, was stopped by officers in King’s Inch Road, Renfrew, in April and failed a roadside breath test.

The details emerged when she appeared at Paisley Sheriff Court last week to plead guilty to drink-driving offences.

She pleaded guilty to two charges – driving with 108 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath and driving her Vauxhall Astra Breeze while uninsured.

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Procurator Fiscal Depute Colin Wilson said officers had received an anonymous call Devine may have been driving drunk and went to answer the call.

They spotted her in slow-moving traffic and forced her to pull over – at which point they noticed she had three kids in the car.

She was slurring her words, her eyes were glazed and she smelt of alcohol. An arrangement had to be made for someone to take the kids so Devine could be taken to the police station, where she blew a reading of 108 microgrammes – nearly five times over the 22mcg limit.

She was also charged with endangering young children and exposing them to “significant risk of accident or injury.”

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Devine denied breaking the Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937 by exposing the children “in a manner likely to cause them unnecessary suffering or injury to health” by carrying them “as passengers in a motor vehicle” while she was “heavily under the influence of alcohol” and prosecutors accepted her not-guilty plea to that charge.

After hearing Devine claimed she was over the limit because she had been drinking at a house party the night before, Sheriff Colin Pettigrew called for background reports to be prepared ahead of sentencing and adjourned the case until next month.