New York: Tracy M. Champagne was well named; charged by Fulton Police with DWI & nearly three times legal limit

Fulton Police Dept New York patrol unit

Fulton Police Dept New York patrol unit

Arrest No.: 2014-600         Arrest Date: 08/09/2014     Arrest Time: 02:05

Last: CHAMPAGNE               First: TRACY                 Middle/Suffix: MARIE

Address: 208 GANSVOORT ST.                               Bldg:   Apt: City: FULTON                 State: NY                   Zip: 13069_____ DOB: 08/03/1993             Arresting Officer: LUCAS H. HOLLENBECK
Narrative ——-      On 08/09/14 at about 2:05 AM, while in the parking lot of 7-11, located at 201 W. Broadway, in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Tracy M. Champagne, was arrested for the offenses of aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated, speed in zone, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle.

It is alleged that on 08/09/14 at about 1:51 AM, while on W. Third St. S. near Chestnut St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, operated a motor vehicle in a northerly direction on W. Third St. S., at approximately 50 MPH in a posted 30 MPH zone. A vehicle and traffic stop was performed on the vehicle in the parking lot of 7-11. The defendant was the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle. She had glassy eyes, impaired speech and motor coordination, and the odor of a consumed alcoholic beverage emanated from her breath.   The following standardized field sobriety tests were performed: the horizontal gaze nystagmus, the walk and turn, and the one leg stand. The defendant failed all three tests. The defendant also submitted a breath sample for a preliminary breath screening test, and it showed the presence of alcohol. The defendant was arrested for driving while intoxicated and transported to the police department, where she supplied a breath sample for chemical analysis.   Said analysis indicated the defendant’s blood alcohol content was greater than .18%.

It is further alleged that the defendant operated the aforementioned vehicle while having an expired driver’s license, and while there was an open, 12 ounce can of Twisted Tea malt beverage (an alcoholic beverage) in the front passenger compartment of the vehicle.