An area girl who was arrested for a hit-and-run crash that killed a person outdoors a lakefront house within the space was arrested two months in the past for DWI and was as a consequence of have her license suspended in a number of days.
Maggie DePerna, age 37, of Mahopac was charged on Saturday, June 26, with vehicular manslaughter, and two counts of DWI (she was reportedly driving drunk when arrested) within the hit-and-run loss of life in Mahopac of James Crecco, of Carmel, on Friday, June 25, mentioned the Putnam County Sheriff’s Workplace.
Crecco died at Westchester Medical Heart following the crash.
Police say it was her second DWI arrest in two months after being cited upstate on I-87 on Saturday, Might 15, by New York State Police after she was seen driving erratically, state police mentioned.
Police mentioned that in that site visitors cease in Greene County, it was decided that DePerna was intoxicated, and she or he was transported to State Police headquarters in Albany, the place it was decided her blood alcohol content material was .27 %, practically 4 instances the authorized restrict of 0.8 %.
DePerna was charged with aggravated driving whereas intoxicated, a misdemeanor, and launched to a accountable social gathering.
She was as a consequence of have her license suspended for 90 days on Sunday, July 4, after pleading responsible on Tuesday, June 15 in Greene County to driving whereas potential impaired, in line with courtroom information.
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