A person with warrants out for his arrest in Fairfield County is dealing with a bunch of expenses after making an attempt to drag a quick one on police with a pretend title after being busted allegedly driving drunk along with his little one within the automobile, authorities introduced.
Shortly after 1:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, an officer on patrol stopped a automobile on Brookside Highway in Darien after seeing the motive force repeatedly swerve over the double yellow line whereas following him on Put up Highway, Darien Police stated.
Through the subsequent cease, officers stated that the motive force, Ozni Cucpacay, age 31, of Norwalk, had the odor of alcohol on his breath and inside his automobile, in addition to a toddler in a automobile seat wedged between the back and front seat with out being secured by a latch system or seat belt.
Police stated that Cucpacay proceeded to fail Standardized Area Sobriety Assessments, and his blood alcohol content material was decided to be .1383 p.c at Darien Police Headquarters after he was taken into custody for the DUI.
It was later decided that Cucpacay initially lied about his identification and supplied a false first title as a result of he had two warrants out for his arrest in Stamford for failure to look in courtroom.
Cucpacay was charged with:
- Working a motorized vehicle underneath the affect;
- Working a motorized vehicle with no license – second offense;
- Failure to drive on the best;
- Transporting of a kid in a rear-facing automobile seat within the entrance seat;
- Danger of damage;
- Interfering with an officer;
- Two counts of failure to look in courtroom.
He was held in lieu of a $175,000 bond and scheduled to look in courtroom at a later date.
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