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Erik Thomas busted for driving while drugged with kid without seatbelt along for the ride
CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. – The New York State Police report that on 06/10/16 the New York State Police in Latham arrested Erik S. Thomas, 35, of Clifton Park, NY for Operating a Motor Vehicle While Impaired by Drugs, a misdemeanor.
Troopers stopped Thomas for a child that was unrestrained in the vehicle. After the traffic stop, Thomas did not successfully complete the standardized field sobriety tests. Thomas was also evaluated by a Drug Recognition Expert.
It was determined that Thomas was operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs. Thomas was additionally charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child, a misdemeanor and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation 3rd., a misdemeanor. Thomas was processed without incident and arraigned in the Village of Menands Court and remanded to the Albany County Jail on bail.
Cops: Jessica Owen didn’t let her kids in the car keep her from an Oxy Cruise on Parkway –
“Mommie Dearest, are you going to kill me?”
LEWISTON, N. Y. New York State Police report that a boozy woozy driver on a parkway was impaired by a trip down druggie lane.
Police say that on June 14, 2016, at approximately 3:00 PM, Troopers arrested Jessica Owen, 35, of Youngstown, NY, for DWAI drugs, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th, and a Felony Leandra’s Law violation following a traffic stop on the Niagara Scenic Parkway in Lewiston.
Police say that Owen was stopped after the vehicle she was operating was observed swerving back and forth on the Parkway. Following the stop, Owen exhibited slurred speech and other signs of impairment. She was also found in possession of Alprazolam and Oxycodone. Owen was given Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and subsequently arrested for DWAI drugs. Owen had two minor children in the vehicle she was operating which led to the Felony Leandra’s Law charge. She was transported to the New York State Police Niagara Barracks for processing and issued appearance tickets returnable in the Town of Lewiston Court.
Brenda Myles is unimpressed with having her driver’s license revoked for DWI and gives the highway another whirl at DWI with a kid in the vehicle.
Myles had a 12-year-old child in the vehicle with her at the time, and her driving privileges were currently revoked due to a prior DWI arrest.
LEWISTON, N.Y. — Showing that an increasing number of adults just don’t give a rat’s butt if their kids are along for their boozedroid and druggie escapades on the highways, perhaps because they drive that way all the time and are drugged out at “home” as well, New York State Police collared another loser for driving with a kid while stoned.
New York State Police report that on June 13, 2016, at approximately 6:10 pm, Troopers arrested Brenda Myles, 51, of Lewiston, NY, and charged her with DWAI, Endangering the Welfare of a Minor and also Felony Aggravated Unlicensed Operation following a traffic stop on Witmer Rd in the Town of Niagara.
Myles was stopped for an equipment violation. Following the stop, she exhibited signs of impairment and admitted to consuming some beer before operating the vehicle. Myles had a 12-year-old child in the vehicle with her at the time, and her driving privileges were currently revoked due to a prior DWI arrest. She was taken into custody, transported to SP Niagara for processing and later released on appearance tickets returnable in the Town of Niagara Court.
Candor needs less of this boozehound behind the wheel; Kristy Herman was three times the legal limit, say cops
CANDOR, NY – New York State Police report that on June 14, 2016, at about 9:58 p.m., New York State Police arrested Kristy A. Herman, 39, of Candor, NY for the misdemeanor of aggravated driving while intoxicated with a B.A.C. result of .24% and several other traffic violations. This arrest occurred after a traffic stop when Herman was seen driving her vehicle without the lights on while on State Route 96 in the Village of Candor. An investigation determined that she was driving while intoxicated. Herman was issued tickets returnable to the Village of Candor Court on July 11, 2016.
Pot failed to smooth out Perkin’s path; busted for DWI on drugs
OTSEGO, NY – New York State Police report that the very untalented driving of Deborah Perkins won’t get her invited on America’s Got Talent.
On June 8, 2016, at about, New York State Police at Oneonta arrested Deborah L. Perkins, 53, of Oneonta, NY for the misdemeanor of operating a motor vehicle while ability impaired by drugs and the violation of unlawful possession of marihuana. This arrest occurred after a trooper responded to a report of a motor vehicle driving off the roadway on State Route 28 in the Town of Otsego. An investigation determined that Perkins was driving while impaired by drugs when she crashed. Also, she unlawfully possessed about six grams of marijuana. Perkins was issued tickets returnable to the Town of Otsego Court on June 16, 2016.
Subaru Steamed into Culvert with Drunken Debbie at the Wheel, say Cops.
VERNON, N.Y. — New York State Police say Deborah was doggone near pickled when decided her next stop would be in a culvert. She stopped. Then she went to jail. At approximately 2:25 p.m. on June 12, Trooper Joseph LeWorthy responded to a motor vehicle accident on Young’s Road in the Town of Vernon. Trooper LeWorthy determined that a 2015 Subaru was traveling eastbound on Young’s Road near Stuhlman Road when it exited the south shoulder and struck a ditch and culvert. The driver, Deborah A. Sefcheck, age 55, of Hamilton Place in Clinton, N.Y. was interviewed and found to have been consuming alcoholic beverages earlier in the afternoon. Sobriety tests at the scene indicated that Sefcheck was intoxicated, and she was taken into custody for DWI. She was transported to the SP Oneida barracks, where a breath test determined Sefcheck had a blood alcohol content of .19%. Sefcheck was issued traffic tickets for DWI and Aggravated DWI with a BAC of .18%, or greater and is scheduled to appear in the Town of Vernon Court on June 22, 2016.
Stormin’ Norman was whacked out on OXY behind the wheel, say cops
YORK, N. Y. – New York State Police report that there is no impending shortage of druggies behind the wheel in the Empire State. On June 13, 2016, at 6:40 p.m., state police from the New York State Police barracks in Geneseo were dispatched to property damage accident on State Route 63, Town of York.
Police say their investigation showed that the operator of the involved Chevrolet Equinox, Norman P. Michael, age 30, of Leroy, was driving on State Route 63 when his vehicle left the roadway and struck a utility pole. It was determined that Michael was impaired by narcotics and also in possession of several hydrocodone pills. He was arrested for misdemeanor Driving While Impaired by Drugs, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree, and a public health law violation for possession of a prescription narcotic not in its original container. A drug recognition expert from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the investigation. Michael is to appear before the Town of York Court on June 20, 2016, at 7:30 p.m.
Pennsylvania practices Lend-Lease with DWI driver
MOUNT MORRIS, N.Y. — The Keystone State found out that New York was running low in drunk drivers due to the swarm of druggie drivers terrorizing highways and byways. They loaned Timothy Hummel to New York. With a red nose like Rudolph, Hummel may qualify to be bronzed and put on the shelf for a while if convicted of DWI.
New York State Police report that on June 11, 2016, at 5:39 p.m., State Police from the SP Geneseo stopped a pick-up truck backing up unsafely and failure to signal on State Route 36, Village of Mount Morris. The operator was identified as Timothy A. Hummel, age 58, of Northumberland, Pennsylvania. Further investigation revealed that Hummel was driving while intoxicated. He was arrested and submitted to a breath test with a result of .12 BAC. Hummel was charged with misdemeanor DWI and is scheduled to appear before the Village of Mount Morris Court on June 22, 2016, at 5:00 p.m.