Angel C. Garcia, age 34, of Ridge Road in Williamson is appearing in Sodus Town Court on December 8. At that time the court will decide his fate following his arrest on April 6 at 6:06 p.m. of this year.
During the course of routine patrol, a deputy noticed a car off the road on the North side of 104 near the Sodus Vet Hospital in Sodus. Upon further investigation it was determined that Mr. Garcia had some alcoholic drinks prior to driving. Patrol administered standardized field sobriety tests in which Garcia showed signs of being intoxicated. Mr. Garcia agreed to a breath test at the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office at which time Angel Garcia was arrested for DWI/BAC, with a BAC of .21%, along with the following traffic tickets: Uninspected Motor Vehicle, Operating With No Insurance, Unregistered Motor Vehicle, Switched Plates, Inadequate Brakes,
No Seat Belt, No Registration Sticker, Unlicensed Operator, Following Too Close, Move from Lane Unsafely, and Left Pavement to Pass on the Right.
On Saturday (11/20) at 10:02 p.m. Garcia reportedly rear-ended a vehicle on Route 21 and 104 in Williamson. He exited his vehicle, looked at the damage, got back in his vehicle and fled the scene.
State Troopers, out of Williamson, found Garcia and the vehicle he was operating with front end damage at the Speedway convenience store on Route 104 in Williamson. He was taken into custody on charges of DWI/BAC and Aggravated DWI, with a blood alcohol level of .29%, along with numerous vehicle and traffic tickets.
The vehicle Garcia was operating was towed from the Speedway parking lot and he was released to
a sober third party with appearance tickets for Williamson Town Court on December 1.