A 40-year-old Amsterdam man is in some trouble after he was discovered allegedly asleep inside a vehicle.

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The problem was, it was stopped at the intersection of Routes 30 and 107 in Perth, which is why someone notified New York State Police.

In the article from the Times Union, when the troopers went to check out the call, they found that Mark Vickers was allegedly asleep inside of the vehicle, but they also allegedly smelled alcohol. Vickers allegedly refused to take any field sobriety tests.

Troopers took vickers to the barracks in Mayfield, where he allegedly refused to take a breathalyzer test. He was charged with felony DWI. Authorities discovered that this wasn’t the first time that Vickers was in trouble with the law for DWI. He allegedly had two DWI convictions on his record during the past decade, which led to a charge of a Felony Count Of Unlicensed Operation Of A Vehicle And Alleged Violations Of New York State Traffic Laws.

Vickers was sent to the Fulton County Jail.