Arrests made, tickets issued after Buffalo Bills game

by William Mattar | December 7th, 2011

December 7, 2011

On Sunday evening, the New York State Police conducted a DWI (driving while intoxicated) patrol to coincide with the Buffalo Bills game, reports  traffic Three arrests were made, and 98 tickets were issued.

Tickets included two DWI arrests, one unlawful possession of marijuana arrest, 41 speed violations, eight cell phone tickets, three seat belt tickets, and 43 other vehicle and traffic law violations.

Around 4:50 p.m. a 30-year-old Walworth man was arrested and charged with DWI. He was stopped for allegedly passing cars in the center lane of Southwestern Boulevard. He allegedly had a 17 percent blood alcohol content (BAC) and failed the field sobriety test.

Also failing the field sobriety test and arrested and charged with aggravated DWI was a 33-year-old Jamestown man. He was stopped for failing to yield the right of way when turning onto Southwestern Boulevard. He allegedly had a 19 percent BAC.

In Lancaster, a 20 year-ole Alden man was riding in a car that was stopped after someone threw a beer can out the window on Transit Road. The young man was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana.

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