Police Arrest 4 Drivers In Long Island Sobriety Check

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Police arrested four people for driving while intoxicated on Long Island Sunday.

The arrests happened at a sobriety checkpoint at Route 110 and Church Street in Huntington Station.

Between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m., Suffolk County Police Highway Patrol checked 176 vehicles and arrested four drivers: 29-year-old Candice Bethel, of Lindenhurst; 55-year-old David Carvalho, of Elmhurst; 45-year-old Robert Lanza, of Ronkonkoma; and 27-year-old William Newman, of Centerport.

Police held each driver overnight for arraignment at the First District Court in Central Islip.

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  1. tc says:

    Good___I am glad they are arresting the drunks on the road, we need to keep roads safe.

  2. N Y P DrP I G S says:

    Pretty safe to say that all 4 arrested were not cops.

    Were any oinkers given a sobriety check? Probably not as the badge is an automatic pass, though most of them drive drunk by default.

  3. DaEmph says:

    Are you drunk? Please stick to the subject at hand.

  4. Meme Meyagi says:

    what is done about 7 million mooslime terrorists living in usa?

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