POUND RIDGE, N.Y. Police arrested a Pound Ridge man Sunday, and charged him with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation, both felonies.
Alcides Gonzalez, 55, was seen by police allegedly driving erratically on Pound Ridge Road. After pulling the vehicle over, officers said they tried to administer field sobriety tests, which Gonzalez refused to take. Police then administered a breath screening test, which they said Gonzalez failed and he was taken into custody.
A check on Gonzalezs driving history revealed a prior conviction for DWI in 2009, which prompted the felony charge. The check also revealed that Gonzalezs driving privileges had been revoked by the Department of Motor Vehicles based on the previous DWI.
Gonzalez was initially arraigned before Pound Ridge Town Justice Regina Kelly and bail was set at $10,000. He returned to court the following morning with an attorney and he was remanded on the reduced bail of $2,500. He is scheduled to return to court on August 8.
In other blotter news:
Police were dispatched to Davids Lane for a suspicious vehicle call. A vehicle was parked outside a residence there. Police discovered that vehicle was a company car and was being driven by someone on a sales call in the area.
Police responded to a hit-and-run call on Westchester Avenue. A parked car had been hit and police have filed a report.
Police responded to Great Hill Farm to assist a homeowner with an issue with a tenant. No problems were reported.
Police were called to Dann Farm Road for a contractor working in violation of a town ordinance. Work is scheduled to continue on Monday.
Police were call to Hoyt Road for the report of a fallen tree blocking the roadway. Upon arrival, officers discovered that the roadway had been cleared.
Police were dispatched to Barnegat Road to investigate a motor vehicle accident. A car had struck a tree but there were no personal injuries. The car had to be towed.
Police were dispatched to Salem Road to investigate a motor vehicle accident. A car had collided with a deer. No injuries were reported.
Police were called to Lower Trinity Pass on the report of downed utility wires. Officers discovered low-hanging communication lines on the side of the road. The utility poles are being replaced.
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