Friday, June 24, 2022

Submitted to Field Test but Refused Breath Test:
Tennessee man arraigned in Perry for DWI, resulting in New York driving privilege being immediately suspended

">On June 18, 2022, at approximately 10:23 pm, PPD Officer Spencer Kramell conducted a traffic stop on South Min Street for a Vehicle and Traffic Law violation. Upon interacting with suspect Robert C. Harmon, 49, from Nashville, Tennessee, Officer Kramell suspected Harmon may be intoxicated.
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">Officer Kramell requested Harmon submit to Standardized Field Sobriety tests to which he complied. Harmon did not perform the tests as instructed and was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.
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">Harmon was processed at Perry PD where he was asked to submit to a chemical breath test to determine his blood alcohol content (BAC), however, Harmon refused the test.
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">As a result Harmon was arraigned before Judge Charles Miller in Perry Village Court where his driving privilege in New York State  was immediately suspended.
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">After processing and arraignment, Harmon was released to a sober third party per NYS Bail Reform laws and is to appear in Perry Village Court on August 2, 2022, for the following charges:">
">Vehicle and Traffic Law 375-3 Failure to Dim Headlights.
">Vehicle and Traffic Law 1192-S DWI-Common Law.

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