NY DWI for Man Helping Stray Dog

A man was arrested for driving while intoxicated in New York while trying to help a stray dog. Oleksandr Nayda found the dog around 10:00 am Saturday and drove to the Monroe Police Department to ask for directions to an animal shelter. The police said that Nayda smelled of alcohol and he told officers he had stopped drinking around 6:00 that morning. Nayda had a .17% BAC and he was booked on charges of DWI in New York.

An animal control officer took the dog to the shelter. Nayda, 38, was held in county jail on $1000 bond.

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