Java man arrested after allegedly driving a vehicle with no doors or front windshield
Photo via the Wyoming County Sheriff's Department
On July 24 Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a vehicle traveling without license plates in the Town of Wethersfield.
|Jared T. Price|
When deputies arrived at the intersection of Youngers and Wethersfield roads they allegedly found the vehicle being driven by Jared T. Price, 21, of Java.
Deputies say they saw Price driving the vehicle, which in addition to having no license plates, had no windshield and no doors. Additionally, officials say an axe was stuck on the roof of the car.
During the stop, Price allegedly performed poorly on field sobriety testing and was subsequently arrested. He was then taken to the Sheriff’s Department and evaluated by a certified drug recognition expert, who determined him to be impaired by multiple different drug categories.
Price was charged with: DWAI – drugs; DWAI – combined influence of drugs; no license plates; unregistered motor vehicle; uninspected motor vehicle; operating a vehicle without insurance; no front windshield; and no safety glass.
He was arraigned in the Town of Gainesville Court where bail was set at $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond.
For the above charges, he is due in the Town of Wethersfield Court Aug. 1.
Just six days prior, Price was arrested for allegedly violating an active order of protection. For this charge, he is due in the Town of Java Court Aug. 16.