New York: police score field goals in big game cleanup with numerous drivers given DWI penalties for drinking and driving infractions…

From PostStar.com:
Two people were charged with felony driving while intoxicated in Washington County late Sunday in separate traffic stops, arrests that were among a number of DWI arrests made by local police in the hours after the Super Bowl.   
Three of the arrests came after minor crashes late Sunday and early Monday, police said.   William C. King, 57, of Wanakena (St. Lawrence County), was arrested at 11:31 p.m. Sunday after he drove off Baldwin Corners Road in Hartford, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. He was not hurt, but had a 0.14 percent blood-alcohol content and was charged with felony DWI because he has at least one prior conviction within the past 10 years, officials said.   
Minutes later, the Sheriff’s Office stopped Leigh A. Rayno, 37, of Glens Falls on Farley Road in Kingsbury and determined she was intoxicated as well, officials said. She had a BAC of 0.17, and was charged with felony DWI based on a prior conviction, police records show.   ….MORE