A Judicial Haven For Accused Drunk Drivers

New York State police in Troop K said they removed 20 impaired drivers from public roads over the April 13 weekend. Among them was a resident of New Haven, Connecticut.

On April 14, New York State Police arrested Rebecca E. Coatsworth, 24, of New Haven, CT, for DWI. She was traveling on State Route 22 in the town of Southeast when she was stopped for a violation of the vehicle and traffic law. Investigation revealed that she was impaired by alcohol, police alleged.

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