A Richmond County, Georgia, sheriff's deputy cited Brooke Johns for disorderly conduct after her 3-year-old son urinated in a gas station parking lot. Johns says she was driving with her son when he announced he had to pee, right then. She pulled into the parking lot, but she says it was clear the boy wasn't going to make it inside, so she let him urinate in the parking lot. Johns said she tried to cover him up but the deputy saw it.
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