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Nanuet Man Stopped For Speeding Was Driving Drunk, Sheriff's Office Says

Luis Quito, 22
Luis Quito, 22 Photo Credit: Rockland County Sheriff's Office

ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- A Nanuet man nabbed for speeding on Route 45 was driving drunk, said the Rockland County Sheriff's Office.

Luis Quito, 22, was stopped on Saturday after deputies saw him driving in an erratic manner and at a high rate of speed in Hillcrest, said Sgt. Albert Brunner.

During the stop, deputies determined Quito was drunk and charged him with DWI, illegal speed contest, reckless driving, and driving with blood alcohol level of .08 percent or more, Brunner said.

Quito was processed at the Sheriff's Headquarters in New  City and released on numerous summonses to return to Ramapo Justice Court.

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