Police: Drunk Hudson Valley Man Crashes Car, Exposes Self to Female Cop
A Hudson Valley man is accused of causing a drunken car accident, exposing himself to a female cop and urinating on the booking room floor.
On Friday around 5:45 p.m., Saugerties Police responded to a two car motor vehicle crash at the intersection of State Route 212 and State Route 32.
An investigation determined that 52-year-old Marc E. Stonehouse of Saugerties rear-ended a vehicle while driving under the influence of alcohol, police say.
A blood-alcohol test later allegedly determined that Stonehouse’s BAC was .19%, over two-times the legal limit of intoxication.
During the booking process, Stonehouse is accused of exposing himself to a female officer and then urinating on the booking room floor.
Stonehouse was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated, misdemeanors, and a traffic summons for following too closely.
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