Lewisboro supervisor back to work after alleged DWI
Lewisboro Town Supervisor Charles Duffy returned to work today after he was arrested Friday night on suspicion of drunken driving.
State troopers say they pulled Duffy over on Route 123 in Lewisboro after he allegedly crossed a double-yellow line. They say he was arrested and charged after refusing a Breathalyzer test.
The first-term Republican has worked for the town for nearly two years and is vowing to win re-election this fall. He released a statement Sunday saying that the charges will not interfere with his work.
Duffy faces a misdemeanor DWI charge and is due back in Lewisboro Town Court on Sept. 12. Lewisboro town supervisor arrested on suspicion of DWI