Driving While Intoxicated
Police arrested three parents on Long Island in recent days for driving while either high on drugs or drunk.
An NYPD detective was arrested early Monday and charged with driving under the influence – becoming the sixth police employee arrested in a period of three days.
Five NYPD employees, including two sworn officers, have been arrested on various charges since Friday.
An off-duty New York City police officer was arrested this weekend and charged with driving under the influence.
Robert Stundis, 48, was arrested on Oct. 10 after police pulled him over on the Long Island Expressway after numerous 911 callers noticed a mini-bus swerving in and out of lanes with a blown front tire.
A New York City traffic enforcement agent was arrested in Queens early Monday and charged with driving while intoxicated.
A New York City sanitation worker was arrested this weekend and charged with driving while intoxicated.
An off-duty New York City police officer was arrested Wednesday and charged with driving while intoxicated and fleeing an accident in Queens.
Two New York City firefighters were arrested in separate incidents in Brooklyn Friday – one for assault and harassment, the other for driving while intoxicated.
Jay Condrill, 47, was apparently asked to the leave the Triangle Pub on Old Montauk Highway in Eastport around 11:20 p.m. Tuesday for reportedly acting in a disorderly manner.
Laurie Phillips, 47, was driving westbound on Route 25 in Centereach around 9:35 p.m. when she rear-ended Officer Andrew DeRose’s car which was stopped at a red light, police said.
James O’Donnell, 47, was driving on Holbrook Road when he hit a Lincoln, injuring the 26-year-old driver and her passenger, police said.
Suffolk County Police say they pulled over Kurt Knoernschild after they spotted his 1993 Chevy pick-up turning left through a red light at around 1:45 a.m.
An Inwood man was arrested on Sunday when he allegedly crashed his vehicle into a store behind a gas station, injuring the attendant. An investigation revealed that the driver was under the influence of alcohol behind the wheel, officials confirmed.
Under a new plan announced by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano on Monday, four of the county’s eight police precincts would close and be turned into community policing centers to save money.