Canton man racks up nine charges, including aggravated DWI and felony AUO, after leaving accident scene
Saturday, October 7, 2017 - 11:15 am

CANTON -- State police say a resident here is facing numerous charges after leaving the scene of an accident that allegedly occurred while he was impaired.

Thomas D. Locy, 31, of Canton was charged with possession of multiple driver's licenses, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation (felony), leaving the scene of a property damage accident, running a stop sign, unsafe movement from lane, failure to yield, failure to use signal lights, imprudent speed, first-offense driving while intoxicated, first-offense aggravated driving while intoxicated and avoiding an intersection, troopers said.

The legal threshold for aggravated DWI according to New York law is a blood alcohol level of .18 percent or more.

He was charged at 10:16 p.m. Friday at 6390 county Route 27, Canton and released with an appearance ticket, troopers said.

The charges stem from an incident reported shortly before Locy was charged, police said.