Marlboro Man arrested for Felony DWI in Dutchess County

Marlboro Man arrested for Felony DWI in Dutchess County

At approximately 3:22am on Friday March 13, 2015, Andrew Perry (29 yoa) of Marlboro, NY was stopped by a Dutchess County Deputy Sheriff on Garden Street in the City of Poughkeepsie. Perry who was operating a 2007 Jeep had first been observed passing a red light and driving over the center lines on Washington Street.

Subsequent investigation revealed that Perry was intoxicated, operating with a suspended and revoked drivers license and also operating the vehicle without an ignition interlock device. He was arrested and charged with DWI, which was a D-felony since he had two prior DWI convictions within the prior ten years, those being on March 25, 2010 and December 17, 2012 both in Orange County, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle 1st an E-felony since his license was both suspended and revoked for a DWI related offense and he was intoxicated while operating the vehicle, Operating a Motor Vehicle without an Ignition Interlock Device a misdemeanor, as well as traffic infractions.

Perry had a total of four active suspensions and four active revocations which were dating 2009 thru 2013, five of which were DWI related.

Andrew Perry who is also currently on probation for DWI in Orange County was later arraigned in City of Poughkeepsie Court where he was remanded without bail. He is scheduled to appear back in City of Poughkeepsie Court on March 19, 2015 at 9:00am.

All subjects arrested and charged are alleged to have committed the crime and are presumed innocent until proven guilty and are to appear in a local court at a later date.

Author: Harlem Valley News