In March, an SUV was discovered in the Pacific Ocean off Mendocino County with Sarah and Jennifer Hart and three of their six adopted children of color in it.
Investigators were skeptical that this was an accident there were no skid marks signifying that the driver attempted to stop, the car’s computer showed that it sped until it went off the cliff, and the car didn’t go off the cliff at an incline.
Now a toxicology report shows that Jennifer, the driver, had a blood alcohol level of 0.10, just over California ‘s limit of 0.08.
The medical inspector also found that Sarah, in the passenger seat, and two of the three children whose bodies were found in the car tested positive for diphenhydramine, the active ingredient in Benadryl, which causes lethargy.
The report comes as more stories of abusive behavior have come out.