Suspended jail deputy in court for DWI arraignment
Posted at: 10/18/2012 6:48 AM | Updated at: 10/18/2012 12:22 PM
A suspended Monroe County Jail sergeant was arraigned Thursday morning on felony DWI charges.
Paul Doser, 40, is also charged with reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of a child. In court Thursday, he pleaded not guilty.
Police say Doser was drunk when he crashed and flipped his vehicle in Hamlin in May. A six-year-old boy was in the car at the time. Luckily, he the boy is okay.
The prosecution says he was speeding and his blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit. Assistant District Attorney Ray Benitez said, “You have someone who has a .18 BAC – that alone speaks volumes as to what he did that day regardless of what his status is in the community, whether he’s a jail deputy or not.”
If convicted, Doser faces one and a third to four years in jail.
He is due back in court December 13.