Police Report: DWI, Suspect Arrested on Warrant and Mother Scammed by Internet “Friend”

DWI: On Nov. 6, police arrested Ulysses Fernandez, 29, Yonkers, on charges of driving while intoxicated (first offense), aggravated DWI with a blood alcohol level of .18 or more, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, speeding and an equipment violation. Police pulled over Fernandez after detecting that his car was speeding on Post Road around 12:45 a.m. During the traffic stop, police noticed signs of impairment and initiated field sobriety tests. These tests confirmed that Fernandez was intoxicated. He was taken to headquarters, where the arrest was processed. Fernandez was released on his own recognizance with an appearance ticket for Village court on Nov. 17.

Arrest on warrant
On Nov. 6, police arrested Christopher Seemer, 36, of Tuckahoe, after police were called to the Popham Road CVS on a report of an alleged larceny in progress. The suspect, described as a white man wearing a white winter hat and jeans, had already left the store, but police quickly apprehended him on Depot Place. Further investigation showed that no criminal activity had actually been committed in the store at that time. The store manager requested that police inform Seemer that he was no longer…

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