Sleepy Hollow police made one DWI arrest at the end of December, while Tarrytown cops concluded the year with a few traffic violators who refused to submit to chemical testing.
In Sleepy Hollow,a car struck a stone wall on Pokahoe Drive on Dec. 29 at 4:24 p.m. resulting in a DWI arrest.
A caller reported the accident to police, who responded along with towing and the Sleepy Hollow Ambulance Corps.
Police described the 58-year-old woman from Sleepy Hollow as "uncooperative." They charged her with driving while intoxicated and had her transported to Phelps Memorial Hospital.
reported pulling over a car in the C-Town lot on Dec. 30 at 8:24 p.m. with its license plate light not on. Authorities found the driver to have a revoked license.
They arrested the Sleepy Hollow man, 44, on charges of:
- aggravated unlicensed operation in the second, refusing chemical test,
- and equipment violation (rear license plate light).
The man was released on $200 bail with a court date.
Another traffic stop on White Plains Road on Dec. 31 at 11:36 p.m. near the village line also yielded a driver with a revoked license.
Tarrytown police stopped the car when they noticed improper plates and had it impounded. They took the driver, 36, of Mount Kisco, to headquarters where he was charged with:
- operating car with improper plates,
- operating vehicle by unlicensed driver,
- aggravated unlicensed operation in the second, refusing chemical test.
The defendant was released on $150 cash bail with a court date.
Note: an arrest does not indicate a conviction.