The case of a Brooklyn woman charged with DWI after crashing a car through the front of a Huntington home last month is on the docket July 10 at Suffolk First District Court in Central Islip.
Cops say Sophia D. Anderson, 21, was charged with DWI May 28 after at 200 Southdown Rd.
Apparently shoeless, bruised and scraped up in front of a judge May 29, the Manhattan waitress plead not guilty to the misdemeanor charge, according to a CBS News report.
Anderson's boyfriend, Dan Sejewski of Huntington, was a passenger in the vehicle which missed two sisters, ages 90 and 94, who were asleep in the home at the time of the accident, according to a CBS.
The home has since been condemned by the Town of Huntington. Though no one was hurt in the accident, the damage was substantial.
Nearly a month after the incident, police tape surrounds the property and tarp covers a section in the front part of the house. A “no trespassing” sign is posted on the property.
Police say Anderson apparently failed to make the turn at the intersection of Browns Rd. and Southdown Rd. before driving across the front lawn and through the front of the house before coming to a stop in the back yard at 4:05 a.m.