Driver of Car Facing Wrong Way Unaware What Town She Was In

On Friday around 8:00pm Greenwich Police responded to Delavan Ave, in the area of St Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, on a report of a black Lexus in the road facing the wrong way.

Officers identified the driver by her New York License as Doris Peet,77, of Port Chester. Upon speaking with Ms. Peet police say she appeared very disheveled, confused and unaware of what town she was in.

She admitted to officers that she had been in a car accident prior to their arrival, and had  provided a note saying she hit the car, a Ford F150.

However she was charged with Evading Responsibility because the note did not contain her name or contact information.

By statute when a driver hits an unoccupied car they are required to leave their name address, telephone, and insurance information.

She was unable to perform field sobriety tests to standard.

Ms. Peet was charged with Evading Responsibility, DUI and Failure to Drive Upon Right. Her bond was set at $50, which she was able to post and she has a date in Stamford Superior Court on August 9, 2019.