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Convicted of DWI, Watertown man charged again


A town of Watertown man who was convicted in June of driving while intoxicated is facing the charge again following his arrest by Watertown police early Saturday morning.

Cary W. Lane, 44, of 21601 Floral Drive, was charged at 2 a.m. in the 300 block of West Main Street with felony DWI and driving without headlights. Police said he refused to take a breath test.

Mr. Lane had a prior charge of aggravated DWI in May 2011 in the city.

About 20 minutes after the Lane arrest, city police charged Kylee S. Gibson, 26, of 520 Mundy St., with DWI and driving at a speed not reasonable or prudent in the 300 block of William Street. Police said she tested at 0.15 percent blood alcohol content. Under state law, 0.08 percent constitutes intoxication. State troopers made DWI arrests following accidents Friday and Saturday mornings.

n Adam J. McConnell, 26, of 27503 Bedlam road, Evans Mills, was arrested at his home at 6 a.m. Friday in connection with a property damage accident discovered a half-hour earlier on Steinhelmer Road, Evans Mills, police said. He is also cited with leaving the scene of an accident, driving at a speed not reasonable or prudent and making an unsafe lane change. His breath test reading was not available, police said.

n Vilgrain V. Richemond, 30, of 26742 Anabel Ave., Evans Mills, faces additional charges of driving at a speed not reasonable or prudent, failure to stop for a stop sign, and making an unsafe lane change following an accident at about 2:15 a.m. Saturday at Plaza Drive and Route 11 in the town of Pamelia. Police said he was entering Route 11 from Plaza Drive when his vehicle entered a ditch. His test reading was 0.12 percent, police said.

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