The LCN - "After Daniel Cieri walked into the Geneseo Burger King wearing a choke collar, women’s underwear and a pink bra underneath a white, button-up shirt, restaurant patrons suspected something was amiss with the 57-year-old Hemlock resident.
A concerned citizen called 911 at around 2:39 p.m. July 19 after Cieri had left the 147 Lakeville Rd. restaurant and headed next door to Pizza Hut.
Officer Ian Hall of the Geneseo Police Department was near Noyes Health Services at the time the 911 call was placed and headed to Pizza Hut. By the time he arrived however, Cieri was nowhere to be found.
The Hemlock resident had reportedly left the area and was traveling east on Route 20A, so Livingston County Sheriff’s deputies began checking the area.
Deputy Brandan Flickner was on patrol in Livonia when he observed a vehicle matching the description of Cieri’s and initiated a traffic stop.
Flickner identified the driver as Cieri and put him through a series of field sobriety tests, which he failed.
Cieri was then placed under arrest and charged with driving while intoxicated.
A check of New York Department of Motor Vehicle records indicated that Cieri had a prior conviction for DWI in 2013, making his most recent charge a felony.
Cieri was transported to the Livingston County Jail where he submitted to a breathalyzer test, which showed he had a blood alcohol content of .25 percent, more than three times the legal limit of .08 percent.
Cieri was therefore additionally charged with felony level aggravated driving while intoxicated due to his BAC being .18 percent or greater.
He was turned over to deputies at the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention.
He was later arraigned in Geneseo Village Court before Justice Kathleen Houston who remanded Cieri to the custody of the Sheriff on $5,000 cash or $10,000 secured bond, the same amount recommended by the Livingston County District Attorney’s Office."