Local Man Arrested at Huntington Station Sobriety Checkpoint

Kyle Seliger, 21, was one of 13 people arrested at the checkpoint, according to police.

A Smithtown man was arrested at a Huntington Station overnight sobriety checkpoint, beginning Friday at 11:10 p.m. and ending Saturday at 3 a.m.

Kyle Seliger, 21, was one of 13 people arrested at the checkpoint, set up southbound on Route 110 by Suffolk County Police, New York State Police and New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police. Seliger was arrested on DWI charges, Suffolk County Police said.

Suffolk County Police reported that 662 vehicles went through the checkpoint.


DaddyGuru July 17, 2012 at 04:29 AM
That’s a 98% failure record doesn’t sound to affective to me, to inconvenience 650 citizens. Can we be sure that this was a sobriety checkpoint were all 13 arrested for dwi. Or is this just an excuse to keep a eye on us ? and is this even legal? I think if they just wait for people to come out of bars to start there cars ,then do a sobriety check ,they would have a much higher success rate, and not be harassing citizens
Jennifer July 17, 2012 at 03:17 PM
Are you kidding me? Would you rather have had one of those 13 drivers stay on the road and possibly have killed someone? The police are just doing their job keeping the citizens safe, not trying to inconvenience them!
jeremiah bullfrog July 17, 2012 at 03:45 PM
Really daddyguru? You think the police should stake out bar parking lots? Sounds pretty unconstitutional to me. Im tired of waking up to the daily news 12 drunk driving/deadly dui crash. At this point, I could care less about anyones rights, but something has to be done
DaddyGuru July 19, 2012 at 04:33 AM
I care less about your fears, and more about our freedoms, this is the home of the free and the brave ,not the home of the fearful sheeple


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