NJ Man Accused of Driving Drunk 3 Times in 16 Days | NBC New York

NJ Man Accused of Driving Drunk 3 Times in 16 Days

He was most recently found with an open 40-ounce in his car, police said



    A New Jersey man was arrested on drunken driving charges three times in 16 days.

    Anderson Sotomayor's latest arrest came April 25, when Vineland police pulled him over after they say they spotted him swerving.

    Officers say they found a cold, open 40-ounce bottle of beer in his car.

    Sotomayor was cited for 11 traffic violations, including driving under the influence, reckless driving and driving without insurance.

    The Daily Journal reports the 45-year-old Vineland resident was also charged with drunken driving on April 9 and 11.

    The newspaper said he could not be reached for comment.

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