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July 23, 2013 - 3:10pm

Man involved in incident at Walmart arrested on new charge

posted by Howard B. Owens in batavia, crime.

A Warsaw man who was accused in May of slamming his son to the floor while shopping in Walmart has been arrested again, this time accused of driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

Christopher Paul Cummings, 28, was stopped at 11:45 p.m., Monday, on Lewiston Road, Town of Batavia, by Deputy Joseph Corona for allegedly running a red light.

Corona arrested Cummings on a DWAI (combined influence of drugs and alcohol) charge following an interview after the traffic stop.

Cummings was also cited for failure to stop for steady red signal and driving while on a mobile phone.

In late May, Cummings was arrested after his picture was posted on The Batavian as a possible suspect in an incident at Walmart where a witness said a man slammed a boy on the floor of the store. Readers responded immediately with tips to his identity.

That case is still pending.

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Be sure and keep up on the details. Oh yes except how he fairs in court. Be it guilty or not.

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Look up "LOSER" in the dictionary, this guys picture HAS to be there.....

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I wish I could give you 1,000 thumbs up for that one Tom.

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Father of the Year material!

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