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Dec. 11, 2001
OSWEGO -- A Red Creek man faces seven charges -- including one felony -- following an arrest early Friday, University Police at SUNY Oswego reported.
Police stopped Daniel P. Enwright, 19, of State Route 104A in Red Creek at 12:38 a.m. in front on Onondaga Hall after following the 1989 Ford from Washington Boulevard to Centennial Drive and onto Rudolph Road. Officers said he was driving erratically and at a high rate of speed.
Enwright failed field sobriety tests, police reported, and a subsequent search of him yielded a small amount of marijuana and a pipe with marijuana residue. At the University Police station, a breathalyzer test registered a 0.19 percent blood alcohol level. Continuing investigation found that Enwright's license had been suspended because of a previous driving while intoxicated charge.
Enwright faces charges of first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, a class E felony; driving while intoxicated and driving with a greater than 0.10 percent blood alcohol content, misdemeanors; possession of marijuana, a violation; and failure to keep right, speeding and failure to comply with a lawful order, all infractions.
He was arraigned in Oswego Town Court and was remanded to the Oswego County Public Safety Center. He was slated to re-appear in Oswego Town Court on Tuesday (Dec. 11).
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