BOSTON — A New York State Trooper based at the Boston barracks responded to a complaint on Liebler Road in the town of Boston on Feb. 17, at about 10 p.m., that a woman had run over a man’s leg with her car.
The trooper interviewed the complainant who stated that he and his girlfriend, Lisa Snyder, 51, of Boston, had been at the Boston Hotel on Boston State Road when they got into an argument over him eating her sub. While she was leaving, he was attempting to speak to her and she started to pull away in her vehicle. He said that he had slipped and the vehicle started to run over his leg, causing his leg to hurt.
The trooper interviewed Snyder, and she gave a similar story of what had happened. She also said that he had claimed she had struck his leg with the tire of her car.
The trooper completed an accident report and while interviewing Snyder, she showed signs of intoxication and failed sobriety tests.
She was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated and submitted a breath sample for testing, which showed a blood alcohol concentration of .14 percent. Snyder was issued traffic tickets and will appear in the town of Boston Court, at a later date.