A motorist driving erratically was found to be intoxicated during a midday stop in Blauvelt, police reported on Friday.
The Orangetown Police Department received a report of an erratic driver who was traveling throughout Blauvelt, leading to a canvas in the area, which eventually led to a traffic stop of 52-year-old Nutley, N.J. resident David Mozeika when they spotted a vehicle that matched the description given.
During the traffic stop, police said that officers failed several Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and a breathalyzer, and he was arrested at the scene. Mozeika was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated.
Following processing on the DWI charge, Mozeika was released on bail and is due back in Orangetown Justice Court on June 5 to answer the charge.
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