A local woman got stopped by a New York State Trooper after she was spotted allegedly   driving her vehicle across a portion of a road that was designated with hazard warnings, for pedestrians and bicyclists.

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The incident happened on Round Lake Road in Malta.

While the trooper was talking to the woman during the stop, he suspected that she may have been under the influence of something. That prompted the trooper to give her a field sobriety test, which she allegedly didn’t pass. That’s when the trooper arrested 25-year-old Katrina M. Rife from Gansevoort.

There were allegedly a couple of more issues discovered. Rife was accused of not having a valid driver’s license and registration. According to the article in The Post Star, Rife ended up with a number of charges including Driving While Intoxicates And Operating A Motor Vehicle While ability Impaired By Drugs, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation Of A Motor Vehicle, and several other charges.