PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Port Chester Police charged Wiliam Campos-Martinez, 27 of New Haven, with misdemeanor DWI on Tuesday morning after police said that the man passed out in his green Nissan in the middle of North Regent Street in Port Chester.
Lt. James Ladeairous of the Port Chester Police Department said that two highway department employees called police and said they were driving on North Regent street at 6:30 a.m. when they came upon a green Nissan with a front driver side flat tire and a damaged front bumper.
Police said that Campos-Martinez, who was asleep, was intoxicated and later found several empty Corona bottles inside his car. Police also said that Campos-Martinez had an expired Connecticut driver's license and no valid New York State license.
The following items also were reported by Port Chester police:
Petit Larceny: Police responded to a call from Pathmark located on Midland Avenue at 2:30 p.m. on Monday and charged Kent Fraiser, 51, with petit larceny, a misdemeanor. Police said that Fraiser attempted to steal $285 worth of goods.
Brick House: Police received a call from a Traverse Avenue mother reporting that when she woke up at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday morning she found bricks thrown through her living room, kitchen and child's bedroom window. The incident is believed to have occurred between the time the woman got home at 3:30 a.m. from when she woke up. Police said that the woman reported her child complaining of monsters in her room at 5 a.m., but dismissed her cries as a bad dream.
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