The following was provided by the Peekskill police department. It does not indicate a conviction.
45-year-old Peekskill resident, was charged with criminal impersonation when he appeared at Peekskill City Court on Aug. 13. for a previous DWI charge. The DWI charge was issued on July 7, 2012, when Corrodus told police his name was Seymour Corrodus when he allegedly drove drunk with two daughters in his car, an aggravated DWI with child, which is a felony “Leandra’s Law” violation. He was also charged with DWI, a misdemeanor, on July 7. Police that Corrodus has been arrested under the names “Alphanso B. Corrodus,” and “Alphonso B. Corrodus,” said Lt. Eric Johansen.
It was further learned that Corrodus had been previously convicted of a DWI in Buchanan in 2004 so he is now facing two felony DWI charges – one because he violated “Leandra’s Law,” and another because this is his second DWI within ten years, which elevates the misdemeanor DWI charge to a felony, Johansen said. Corrodus was remanded to the Westchester County jail following his arraignment in Peekskill City Court.
Police: Peekskill Man Charged with Aggravated DWI
Peekskill police arrested a Peekskill man for aggravated DWI, a misdemeanor, after they were notified of an erratic driver on the 1500 block of Boulevard Street on Aug. 11 at 8:55 p.m. Police found 40-yer-old Bulmaro Cardenas, of Peekskill, operating his vehicle while intoxicated, according to the report.
A subsequent test of his breath confirmed his BAC was .18% and thus he was charged with Aggravated DWI. Cardenas was held for arraignment in Peekskill City Court.