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GENESEO: Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty announces the Felony arrest of Carolyn Garger, age 48 of Avon.
Livingston County Sheriff’s Office STOP DWI Deputy Brandan Flickner was on patrol in the Town of Geneseo when he came across the scene of a vehicle that had been struck by another vehicle on Route 20A near Country Club Road.
The driver of that vehicle advised that the other operator had left the scene of the accident, heading East on Route 20A toward Livonia. Deputy Flickner continued East on Route 20A and located the vehicle involved in the accident in a ditch roadside.
Upon further investigation, Carolyn Garger, was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated
Sunday July 13th, 2014 Wurtsboro Troopers arrested a Pine Bush man for Driving while Intoxicated and Criminal Trespass.
Wurtsboro Troopers responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident in the Town of Mamakating on Sunday night. Upon investigation it was determined that the operator of the vehicle, Michael Barrett of Pine Bush, was driving while intoxicated and was involved in a motor vehicle accident. After the accident Barrett had knocked on the door of a residence near the accident and found no one home and the door unlocked. Barrett then entered into the residence unlawfully and fell asleep
Denton Police charged Jacob Lee, 20 of Denton, with DWI. Police responded to Savannah
Overlook for a report of someone knocking on doors in the neighborhood. Police spoke with a
witness who advised they were awakened by what sounded like a motor vehicle collision. The witness
advised they observed a vehicle leaving the area but that vehicle returned and the operator,
identified as Lee, got out of the vehicle and started walking toward the witness’s residence. The
witness stated it was obvious that the subject was intoxicated and called the police
Delaware Troopers are investigating a single vehicle crash that killed two Dover men.
The incident occurred at approximately 7:05 p.m. Monday July 21, 2014 as Benjamin W. Hibbler, 26 of Dover, was operating a 2001 Chevrolet flatbed tow truck (AA Towing & Rollback Service Inc.) northbound on Bayside Drive (SR9) north of North Little Creek Road.
As the vehicle entered a left curve, its right side tires traveled off the east edge of the roadway and due to its apparent high rate of speed, the truck began to rotate and cross both lanes of travel while spinning in a counter-clockwise motion.
Jesus Cabrera-Molina, the man accused of hitting him with his SUV, was set to learn his punishment on Tuesday morning, but it has been postponed to September 12.
He pleaded no contest to negligent homicide and leaving the scene of a fatal injury accident after originally pleading not guilty to charges of manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident.
Prosecutors say Raetz was conducting a DUI stop back in may of 2013 when Cabrera-Molina hit him and drove off.
Police, citing preliminary information, said a 2007 Chevy Impala was driving westbound on Aurora Avenue when it left the roadway at Eagle Street, crashing into several trees and landing in a quarry.
The driver was able to escape from the vehicle and swam to safety, according to authorities. He was transported to Edward Hospital where he was treated and released.
Two passengers inside the vehicle, identified as Mihirtej Boddupalli, 21, of Lisle and Sajaad Safiullah Syed, 21, of Naperville, were unable to escape and were found by fire and police divers.