Judge sets bail at $20K for woman with 4 DWIs in 3 months
Sharon Davis had first of string of DWIs in Barre, with BAC of .26%
ALBION – A Livingston County woman was arraigned in Orleans County Court this afternoon for the first of her four driving while intoxicated arrests – all in the past three months.
Sharon Davis, 54, of Geneseo was arrested on April 21 in Barre and registered a 0.26 percent Blood Alcohol Content.
She was arrested for DWI in Batavia on May 15, and then on June 24 in Geneseo, and a day later in Lakeville, Livingston County.
The judges set bail at $5,000 each in Batavia, and the two courts in Livingston County.
James Punch, Orleans County Court judge, this afternoon set bail at $20,000.
“I’m very concerned about the set of circumstances,” Punch said in setting bail for Davis.
She appeared in court today wearing the inmate-issued clothing from the Livingston County Jail.
District Attorney Joe Cardone said Davis has a prior DWI felony in Monroe County in 2008.
Davis’s attorney, Kevin McKain, said she doesn’t have a prior criminal history outside of the “drinking-related offenses.”
She is due back in Orleans County Court on July 26 for a conference.