CANTON A Monroe County woman accused of driving while intoxicated with two children in her vehicle was one of four people indicted by a St. Lawrence County grand jury Thursday in separate cases dealing with DWI, forgery and promoting prison contraband.
Marguerite Wilson, 38, of Pittsford, allegedly had a blood alcohol content of 0.17 percent while operating a 2012 Dodge on Route 11 on Jan. 9 in the town of DeKalb. Under state law, a BAC of 0.08 percent or more constitutes intoxication.
Ms. Wilson faces two counts of driving while intoxicated and four counts of aggravated DWI, the latter charges related to the presence of an eight-month-old and an eight-year-old in the vehicle.
Indictment documents did not specify her relationship to the children.
Mark W. McIntosh, 42, of 233 Doane Road, Gouverneur, was indicted on one count of aggravated DWI and two counts of DWI in connection with a Sept. 8 traffic stop on Route 58 in the town of Fowler, following which his BAC was measured at 0.18 percent, state police said.
Assistant District Attorney Amanda N. Nissen noted that Mr. McIntosh previously was convicted of DWI.
Mr. McIntosh was charged with felony driving while intoxicated July 3, 2005 on Stone Road, Pitcairn. His blood alcohol content was 0.15 percent, according to an indictment in that case.
Mr. McIntosh pleaded guilty in February 2006 to felony DWI, completed a year on interim probation and was permitted in 2007 to withdraw the plea and plead guilty to misdemeanor DWI, according to the Times archives. He was sentenced to three years probation and was ordered to pay $1,185 in fines and fees.
Eric B. Moyler, 25, of Brooklyn, was indicted on charges of first-degree promoting prison contraband and fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance after allegedly trying to bring Suboxone into the Riverview Correctional Facility in Ogdensburg earlier this month.
Mr. Moyler was visiting someone the facility on Nov. 11 when he passed through a metal detector with 10.6 grams of marijuana, along with Suboxone, a drug used to treat opiate addiction, kept in metal containers and wrapped in balloons and plastic wrap, according to troopers.
Mr. Moyler has a previous felony conviction, from Bronx County in 2007, in which he received a 12-month sentence for second-degree attempted criminal possession of a weapon, a class D violent felony.
Jonathan Burwell, 22, Hogansburg, was indicted on five counts of first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. He is accused of being found in possession of five forged $50 bills on Feb. 15.