CT Man Charged with DWI at Checkpoint in Port Chester

Police: Driver does not have a license.

A Stamford, CT, man was charged with drunken driving after he was stopped at sobriety checkpoint in Port Chester, according to Port Chester Police.

Cesar Montenegro-Diaz, 34, of 9 William St., Stamford, was questioned by village officers at 2:25 a.m. Saturday at a road block set up to watch for suspected drunken drivers, police said. When questioned, police said he appeared intoxicated and the found that the driver does not have a license.

Montenegro-Diaz was charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, and unlicensed driving. He was later released on $250 bail pending a hearing on Thursday in Port Chester Village Court.

Craig Noor February 07, 2013 at 01:20 PM
A good proportion of drivers on the road between 2 and 6 am appear to be intoxicated. I always pay particular attention to the other guy when I'm out at these hours.


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