NASHVILLE, Tenn.–Metro Nashville Police arrested a 33-year-old mother on Monday after she was allegedly found foaming at the mouth and unconscious behind the wheel as her three-year-old stood in the back seat. According to the arrest affidavit for Jill Easley, police found her unconscious behind the wheel of her car in the parking lot of 433 Opry Mills. The car was up on the curb before an intersection and still running. Police say they found her three-year-old standing in the back seat between the two seats while Easley was observed to have “a foam substance coming from her mouth.” Police say Easley was unable to speak in full sentences, was unable to walk and could barely stand on her own. Easley admitted to police she took prescriptions and drove her vehicle with her child inside. After running her history, police found Easley was driving on a revoked license for a previous DUI that had been reduced to a reckless endangerment charge. Easley now faces DUI with a child and driving on a revoked license charges.