Ramapo’s Holiday DWI and Alcohol Sweeps Net Only Two Booze-Related Arrests

On December 2, 2013, The Ramapo Police Department in conjunction with the Rockland County Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children conducted an alcohol sale compliance check of businesses within the Town of Ramapo. An undercover agent who is less than 21 years of age, the legal age to purchase and possess an alcoholic beverage, attempted to purchase alcoholic beverages from businesses throughout the town.

The following subjects were arrested for a violation of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law for Prohibited Sale of Alcohol to a Miner, a violation.

Keith Reardon, age 61 of Mahwah N.J., A clerk at Sloatsburg Wine and Spirits. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable to the Sloatsburg Justice Court on December 18 at 5 p.m.

Stephen T. Vinci Jr., age 21 of Sloatsburg N.Y., A clerk at Hayward’s Deli Sloatsburg. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable to the Sloatsburg Justice Court on December 18 at 5 p.m.

The following establishments were found to be in compliance:

Seven-Eleven, 28 RT 59 Suffern

Quickie Mart, 191 RT 59 Suffern

Shoprite, 250 RT 59 Suffern

Liquor Land, 250 RT 59 Suffern

Citgo, 74 RT 59 Monsey

Cresthill Wine and Liquor, 285 N. Main St. Spring Valley

Super Seven, 75 Orange Tpk. Sloatsburg

JTZ Grab and Go, 55 Orange Tpk. Sloatsburg

Gold Path Liquor, 45 RT 59 Monsey

Shell, 83 RT 59 Monsey

Rockland Kosher, 27 Orchard St. Monsey

Iryna Liquors, 298 N. Main St. Spring Valley

The Town of Ramapo Police Department, in conjunction with other Rockland County Police Agencies, conducted a Stop-DWI ‘Crackdown’ detail during the Thanksgiving week. The detail ran from November 27 –December 1. Funding for the detail was provided by Rockland County Stop DWI.

No DWI arrests were made during the detail. Two arrests were made for driving with a suspended license and one for unlawful possession of marijuana. Numerous summonses were issued throughout the detail.