Mount Morris Cops Cuff Geneseo Woman for DWI at Head-On Collision

The most severe damage to the vehicles. (Photo/Conrad Baker)

MOUNT MORRIS – One of the drivers in the minor head-on collision on Main Street Monday night left the scene charged with two counts of misdemeanor DWI.

According to Mount Morris Police Chief Ken Mignemi, Barbara Rawleigh-Spencer, 65, of Geneseo, was arrested for two counts of misdemeanor DWI and Unsafe Lane Change, a violation.

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“Witnesses allege that Rawleigh-Spencer’s vehicle was northbound in the wrong lane and two cars swerved to avoid her,” said Mignemi. “She hit the third car.”

The cars collided at about 8 p.m. near Hopkins Street.

Firefighters reduced traffic to a single lane while first responders worked at the scene. First responders found that there were no injuries.

Mount Morris Police Officer Richard Garwood investigated and made the arrest with the assistance of Mount Morris Police Officer Ron Huff Jr. She was released to appear in court at a later date to answer the charges.

Firefighters with the Mount Morris Fire Department responded to the scene alongside a Mount Morris ambulance crew.

Both lanes of traffic are now open.

(Photo/Conrad Baker)