A Syracuse man is in custody after being stopped for drunk driving - his third offense in 10 years.
State police say that 40-year-old Antwan D. Goodman was stopped Friday when his vehicle was observed changing lanes erratically on Route 81 near Marathon. Troopers later learned Goodman had a blood alcohol content of .21%, which is nearly three times the legal limit. Goodman was also driving with a suspended New York license, and was not driving a vehicle with a court-ordered ignition interlock.
Troopers say that Goodman faces a felony charge for DWI since if convicted, it would be his third offense in 10 years. He's being held without bail in the Cortland County Jail.