A witness identified a man who smashed into a barrier at the entrance of a Greenville apartment complex and fled, and he was caught for driving while intoxicated.
At 10:44 p.m. on Dec. 7, a Greenville Police Department officer arrived at the intersection of Mulberry Lane and Arlington Boulevard for a hit-and-run incident, according to a collision report.
According to a witness, a vehicle lost control as it reached Mulberry, veering off the road and colliding with a curb. The vehicle then struck a barrier at 1100 Mulberry Lane, near the Forbeswood Condos.
According to the complaint, the suspect got out of the car and fled the scene.
Other officers responded and found Anrico Webb, 32, of 717 Tennyson Drive in Charlotte, on a nearby road. Webb’s identification as the vehicle’s driver was confirmed by the witness.
Webb informed investigators the car belonged to his father but refused to answer any additional questions, according to the report. Webb exhibited slurred speech, dilated pupils, and failed a field sobriety test, according to a separate report.
Webb was charged with hit-and-run, abandoning a scene of property damage, and driving while intoxicated.
Webb’s arrest was one of six in Pitt County court records. The following are the details and claims of the additional arrests, which occurred between December 4 and December 7.
Winterville police stopped Abigail Defilippo, 29, of 2547 Autumn Ridge Lane, Greenville, at 1 a.m. on Central Park Drive for driving left of the centerline. According to the report, Defilippo had red, watery eyes and slurred her speech.
Greenville police stopped Iesha Langley, 30, of 1024 Fleming St., Greenville, at 4:27 a.m. on Memorial Drive at West 10th Street on December 4. She had red, glassy eyes, a strong stench of alcohol on her breath, slurred speech. She was unsteady on her feet. This is because she had a lot of alcohol in her blood. Her blood had 0.16 alcohol in it.
Ayden police stopped Travian Payton, 38, of 664 Old Snow Hill Road, Ayden, at 2:25 a.m. on Dec. 4 on N.C. 11 at Jolly Road. Payton was speeding, according to the report, and had red, glassy eyes and a heavy stench of alcohol on his breath. He had a blood-alcohol level of 0.17. Payton has a DWI conviction from March 2004.
The State Highway Patrol stopped Ricardo Perez, 22, of 2954 N.C. 33, Greenville, for driving left of center on N.C. 33 at 7:27 p.m. on Dec. 4. He had red, glassy eyes and a heavy odour of alcohol on his breath, according to the report. The police found out that the man did not have a valid driver’s license.
Corey Williams, 38 years old, was driving on the highway at 2 a.m. when he was stopped by a police officer from Winterville. The report said that Corey had red eyes and slurred speech and he smelled like alcohol. He, on the other hand, declined to take a blood test for alcohol.
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