A Dryden man is accused of operating a utility vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and with his teenage son as a passenger.
On Saturday afternoon around 3:30, State Police responded to a dispute on Hile School Road in the Town of Dryden.
During the investigation, it was determined that 40-year-old Ronnie Rose of Dryden had driven a UTV Kawasaki Mule on the road while intoxicated with his 15-year-old son as a passenger.
The UTV was unregistered and he was driving with an open can of beer.
Police say Rose was just over the legal limit, his blood alcohol content measured .09% the legal limit is .08%.
Rose was charged with a felony count of aggravated D-W-I and cited for other traffic violations. He was issued the tickets and released.