New Jersey Man Charged With DWI For The Fifth Time
VINELAND, New Jersey – Anderson Sotomayor, a forty-five year old Southern New Jersey man, who was charged five times with drunken driving within five weeks, was released on bail for a separate drug charge.
His driving record includes two prior convictions for DWI in 1989 and 1992. Additionally, the man’s license was suspended 23 times by the Motor Vehicle Commission.
In the State of New Jersey, a person with a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or greater, who operates a motor vehicle or a boat, is considered to be driving while intoxicated (DWI) and can face penalties ranging up to 20-years license suspension, hefty fines, and surcharges along with community service and six months of jail time.