Weekly Feature



2013-07-04 / Police Blotter

Woman charged with DWI drank ‘one of everything’

Saturday, June 22

• A Buffalo woman was charged with driving while intoxicated after patrol responded to a hit-and-run accident. When asked if she’d been drinking, she replied, “I’ve had one of everything.” She also asked to speak with John Liberti (a DWI attorney) when being read her rights.

Thursday, June 27

• A Ft. Pierce, N.Y., truck driver was charged with leaving the scene after an Elm Street man notified patrol that his tractor-trailor had struck a Verizon cable on Elm. When told by the reporting officer that he needed his information, the driver replied, “I’m not giving you [expletive].” The officer then said, “Well then, you’re under arrest.”

Saturday, June 29

• An Orchard Park Road man was charged with DWI after patrol saw his vehicle cross the double yellow line on Harlem Road. When asked what he’d had to drink, he said “Nothing, I don't’ drink,” but a breath test showed his blood alcohol level was 0.35 percent.

Total calls received: 458

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the West Seneca Police Department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported. Residents can report incidents to the WSPD by calling its anonymous tip line at 675-8423.)

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