A North Carolina man was charged with drunken driving after he was stopped at a sobriety checkpoint set up by Stony Point police and the Rockland County Sheriff's Department.
Stony Point police said Scott Miller, 39, of 114 Barnard Ave., Wilmington, NC, was also issued numerous traffic tickets on Sunday at the checkpoint in Stony Point. Police said Miller appeared intoxicated when he was questioned and he was charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor.
He was later released pending an Oct. 18 hearing in Stony Point Town Court.
Funding for the checkpoint was provided by the Rockland County STOP DWI program.