Medina woman charged with DWI after crashing into Basom smokeshop
Courtesy of The Batavian
A professional “alternative” model from Medina has been charged with driving while intoxicated after reportedly driving her car completely inside of the Two Eagles Smokeshop & Gas Mart on Bloomingdale Road, Basom, on Sunday morning.
Troopers responded to the store on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation at 9:30 a.m. after receiving a report of a car driving into the building.
The initial dispatch said the female driver was trapped in the vehicle, but by the time emergency responders arrived, the woman had gotten out and was walking.
Troopers report that Mariah L. Mosher of Medina was the driver and that she failed to negotiate a curve. She caused extensive damage to the building and its contents and an employee suffered minor injuries.
Mosher allegedly failed a field sobriety test at the scene and was transported to UMMC for evaluation, where blood was drawn. After treatment, she was released back the custody of State Police and transported to the Batavia Barracks, where she was booked and released.
She was also cited for alleged failure to yield right of way, failure to stop at a stop sign, possession of an open container of alcohol and failure to use designated lane.
She is scheduled to appear in Alabama Town Court on June 20.
Mosher is a member popular alt-culture website, SuicideGirls. Membership is based on an application and acceptance process vetted by the site’s editors. Mosher also goes by “Mia Mischievious,” and promotes herself as an internationally published model and hairstylist.
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