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Troopers: Wanted Fulton County man drove under influence on Thruway in Town of Florida, struck guardrail

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TOWN OF FLORIDA – A Fulton County man with arrests warrants out for him in Rotterdam and North Greenbush drove under the influence of drugs last week on the Thruway in the Town of Florida, where he struck a guardrail, state police said.

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The incident began just after 7:30 p.m. last Wednesday as troopers received a report that a driver had struck the Thruway guardrail multiple times in the Town of Florida and continued going, state police said.

Troopers responded and ultimately caught up with the driver on the Thruway in Herkimer County, state police said.

State police determined the driver, identified as Todd G. Plummer, 31, of Gloversville, was driving under the influence of drugs and was driving a vehicle reported stolen out of Albany, state police said.

Plummer had arrest warrants out for him in Rotterdam and North Greenbush. State police did not provide further information about the warrants.

Plummer was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a felony, and driving while ability impaired by drugs, a misdemeanor.

He was processed and then turned over to the Rotterdam Police Department, state police said.

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