Officials say a New York state woman was arrested and charged with aggravated DWI after she was driving over three times the state's legal limit. Police say the arrest happened earlier in the month after they responded to reports of a disabled vehicle.

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SA Health says that a BAC of 0.15 to 0.30% will put you at high risk with "likely effects" of inadequate breathing, inability to walk without assistance, loss of bladder control and possibly losing consciousness.

New York State Woman Allegedly Drove Three Times Limit 

WNYT says that a 41-year-old Hudson Falls woman was arrested in the town of Lake George. The Warren County Sheriff’s Office said that deputies were called to reports of a disabled vehicle in the middle of Route 9N. WNYT says that an investigation determined that the suspect had hit a guard rail.

Deputies say that a breath test showed that her BAC level was 0.25%, which is over three times the limit in New York state.

Upstate New York Road Trip! 120 Miles Along Beautiful I-88

This roadtrip gallery takes us along the east-west Interstate I-88, which runs about 120 miles from just outside of Binghamton to just outside of Schenectady. This gallery highlights 16 places to mark down in your journey journal to check out. Places to eat, to enjoy, and to learn from. The trip goes (west to east) through beautiful areas of Upstate New York's mid-section, through parts of Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Schoharie and the edge of Schenectady Counties. Halfway through the trip you will go through the largest city along the highway, Oneonta, and several tiny villages like Afton, Bainbridge, and Unadilla. All have stories to tell.

All of these 16 stops are either on, just off, or no more than 10 miles from I-88. So prepare to take a little roadtrip along one of the Empire State's most beautiful highways, in all four seasons, the Warren Anderson Expressway, also known as I-88.

Gallery Credit: Chuck D'Imperio

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Police Say Hudson Valley Man Charged with DWI, Multiple Felonies

New York State Police said in a press release that they stopped a suspect's vehicle traveling on Broadway and William Street in the city of Newburgh for traffic violations.

Police say the suspect is a 44-year-old man from the town of Lloyd, whose license had been suspended, and who appeared to be intoxicated.

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Troopers explain that they soon determined that the man was indeed impaired by alcohol, and he was subsequently arrested. While being taken into custody, Troopers located a loaded Desert Eagle .357 in the front of his pants.

State Police say he's been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Criminal Possession of a Weapon 2nd degree/loaded weapon, and Criminal Possession of a Firearm, both felonies.

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Gallery Credit: Tara Holley

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