After Exeter woman gets DWI, it's off to warming shelter

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Amanda Morgenstern (Rochester Police photo)

ROCHESTER - An Exeter woman arrested for drunken driving in Rochester on Tuesday took a ride to the city's warming center on Brock Street immediately following her booking and release on personal recognizance bail.

The woman was first noticed driving erratically by an off-duty Rochester patrol officer on South Main round 5:10 p.m.

The officer reported to dispatch that the vehicle almost hit him, cut off other cars and clipped a curb and a snowbank as it headed south on South Main Street toward the Rochester Commons.

Soon another officer pulled the car over, administered a field sobriety test and arrested Amanda Morgenstern, 27, of 103 Washington St., Exeter.

After being bailed and released on $1,500 bail, Morgenstern requested police give her a ride to the warming shelter, which was given, police said.

Morgenstern's arraignment is set for later this month.

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