New York: State Police report on DWI arrests for Dec. 4, 2015; Lori Scott 3 times the legal limit for DW
Fred Hubbard, 52, of Wyandanch was operating his 2008 Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle northbound on Remsen Place when it collided head on with a 1995 Dodge Ram pick-up truck, driven by Shaun Boyd, who had just made a right turn from Cumberbach Street at approximately 7:30 p.m.
On Friday, July 3rd, 2015 at 6:21 p.m., Officers from the Guilderland Police Department initiated a vehicle stop on a male subject who was operating an ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) on Morningside Drive, while his 16 month baby was sitting in front of his lap, between himself and the gas tank.
DWI/Leandra’s Law Arrest According to the Guilderland Police: On Friday, July 17th, 2015 at 9:28 […]
New York: Albany County Sheriff Apple on son’s DWI arrest: “Kyle showed poor judgment and he will have to pay for that.”
It is alleged that on the 18th day of June, 2015, at approximately
5:18P.M., the defendant, Misty B. Simmons, while in the 800 block of W.
Broadway, did operate a red 2001 Ford Focus while knowing that she did
not possess a New York State Drivers License and while in an intoxicated
condition. Furthermore the defendant’s records from the New York State
Department of Motor Vehicles show that the defendant was previously convicted
of Driving While Intoxicated
A Queens mother desperately tried to save her daughter from the family’s burning car moments after they were slammed by a drunken hit-and-run driver on Long Island early Sunday, friends said
Cortland, N.Y. – The Cortland County Sheriff’s Office has identified a child killed in a crash Friday evening that led to drunk driving and vehicular homicide charges for a town of Virgil man. According to the Sheriff’s Office, 6-year-old Alexia Haynes, was killed when 29-year-old Daniel Haynes lost control of his vehicle on West State Road and struck a utility pole.
Both subjects were transported to SP Capital for processing. After the administration of breath tests, it was determined that Bazarian had a BAC of .12% and McDermott had a BAC of .10%. Each were given Uniform Traffic Tickets returnable to the City of Albany Criminal Court at a later date.