NJ man admits drunken driving multiple times
VINELAND, N.J. (AP) - August 10, 2012 (WPVI) -- A New Jersey man accused of drunken driving six times over six weeks is losing his license for 33 years.
Anderson Sotomayor pleaded guilty in Municipal Court in Vineland on Thursday to driving while intoxicated on April 9, April 25 and May 12 Thursday.
A judge sentenced the 45-year-old to a year in jail.
Sotomayor also pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident and failure to stop stemming from an April 2 crash in which he hit a bus.
Under terms of a plea agreement, prosecutors dropped several other motor vehicle charges.
The judge also imposed $6,342 in fines and $700 in motor vehicle surcharges.
DUI, driving, new jersey, local/state
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