GREENBURGH, N.Y. A Garnerville man was arrested and charged with possession and driving under the influence of marijuana after being stopped for reckless driving in the early hours of July 24 on Central Avenue.
A Greenburgh police officer pulled over a 2002 Honda heading south on Central Avenue after witnessing the car swerve in and out of the left lane into potential oncoming traffic, police said. As the officer approached the vehicle, he smelled what he believed to be marijuana, police said. The driver, Richard Liz, a 22-year-old waiter at the T.G.I. Friday's in Edgemont, showed the officer a bag of marijuana that was in his car's console, police said.
Liz was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while impaired by drugs, a misdemeanor; unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation; and failing to use the proper lane, a violation. His Honda was impounded.
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