Officer Frank Tracey and his fellow officers arrived on the scene, located the car on Route 46, and stopped the vehicle allegedly being operated by Feeny.
According to Fairfield Police Chief Anthony Manna, officers noted that the car had fresh damages which included:
- a broken driver side mirror
- broken glass all over the hood and base of the windshield
Fairfield Police allege that Feeny "displayed signs and symptoms consistent with being under the influence." After taking sobriety tests, Feeny was placed under arrest and charged with other motor vehicle summonses. Manna reported that Feeny’s blood alcohol concentration was tested to be nearly twice the legal limit.
Feeny reportedly denied any knowledge of having driven through the Hotel.