Woman with 4 DWIs in 3 months admits to driving drunk in Barre
Sharon Davis faces 2 1/3 to 7 years in prison when sentenced in November
ALBION – A Geneseo woman pleaded guilty to felony driving while intoxicated in Orleans County Court today and faces 2 1/3 to 7 years in state prison when she is sentenced on Nov. 13.
Sharon Davis, 54, of Geneseo was charged with 4 DWIs in less than three months, including one on April 21 in Barre when she registered a 0.26 percent Blood Alcohol Content.
A plea deal today also includes a second DWI in Batavia on May 15. The sentences for the DWIs in Orleans and Genesee will be together, but Davis will be prosecuted separately for the two more recent DWIs in Livingston County.
She was arrested on June 24 in Geneseo, and a day later in Lakeville, Livingston County.
Davis, appearing before Judge Sara Sheldon in Orleans County today, admitted to driving drunk in Orleans County when she was stopped in Barre on April 21.
As part of her sentence on Nov. 13, she faces a minimum fine of $2,000 and a maximum of $10,000.
Davis also has two prior DWIs in 2007 in Livingston County and 2008 in Monroe County.
She is currently being held without bail in the Livingston County Jail. She was living in Batavia until she moved to Geneseo six months ago.