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Waiting for DWI suspect to re-offend proves costly

Police armed with a warrant were hoping to find Anthony Watson a year ago after he was accused of felony DWI and driving 94 mph on the Kensington Expressway on New Year’s Day 2013.

 

At the time, his driver’s license already had 24 active suspensions.

 

Police finally found him early on the morning of April 12, when his pickup truck crashed into an East Side house after he sped off when officers pulled him over on Genesee Street for driving erratically.

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