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6 Charged In DWI Crackdown In Westchester

State Police conduct special enforcement effort Friday and Saturday.

Six people were charged with drunken driving in a special DWI crackdown on Friday and Saturday in Westchester County, according to State Police.

State troopers conducted six-hour roving DWI sobriety enforcement details in the area of Route 6 in the Town of Cortlandt and on the Sprain Brook Parkway, running from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.

The effort led to:

6 DWI arrests

12 speeding tickets

38 other Vehicle and Traffic law tickets

Charged with DWI are:

- Nicholas Seibert, 23, of Highland Falls, NY; he was arrested for DWI. Seibert was arrested and processed at the State Police Cortlandt barracks without incident and issued traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Cortlandt Court on May 25.

- Joseph Schepisi, 40, of White Plains; he was arrested for DWI. Schepisi was arrested and processed at the State Police barracks in Hawthorne without incident and issued traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Mount Pleasant court on May 24.

- Walter Romero, 26, of Gaitherburg, MD; He was arrested for DWI. Romero was arrested and processed at the State Police barracks in Somers without incident and issued traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Somers court on May 16.

- Matthew Molina-Lebron, 20, of Shrub Oak; He was arrested for DWI. Molina-Lebron was arrested and processed at the barracks in Somers without incident and issued traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Somers court on May 16.

- Julisa Jamie, 21, of Danbury, CT; He was arrested for DWI. Jamie was arrested and processed at the Somers barracks without incident and issued traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Bedford court on May 31.

- Mark Gordon, 50, of the Bronx; He was arrested for Aggravated DWI. Gordon was arrested and processed at Hawthorne barracks without incident and issued traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Mount Pleasant Court on May 24.

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