State Police Roscoe Arrest Livingston Manor Man Twice in One Night for DWI
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major Patrick Regan
Troop F Commander
On Wednesday February 25, 2015, Roscoe Troopers arrested the same Livingston Manor man twice in one night for Driving While Intoxicated.
Roscoe Trooper responded to a Sullivan County 911 call for a man that had fallen out of his vehicle and was in the middle of the street in Livingston Manor on Wednesday night. Upon arrival to the scene Troopers located Paul Decker, of Livingston Manor, lying on the ground outside his vehicle in a highly intoxicated state. Troopers requested EMS to scene where Decker refused treatment. Decker was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated and processed by Troopers. Decker was arraigned in Town of Rockland Court and released to his mother. Not even an hour after being released by the court Troopers observed Decker driving in Livingston Manor. Decker was stopped by the same Troopers and again arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Decker was arraigned in Town of Rockland Court a second time and remanded to Sullivan County Jail.