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10 June 2019
Weekend DWI arrests
 
 

 NEW YORK STATE POLICE 
 Major Eric L. Laughton
 Troop E Commander
 

 

PRESS RELEASE

In separate incidences the New York State Police arrest four individual for driving while intoxicated.
 
On Friday June 7th, Troopers observed a vehicle on Goff Road in the Town of Corning crossing over the center line. The operator of the vehicle Darvin Sanchez, age 62 of the City of Corning, showed signs of intoxication and was unable to complete road side sobriety checks.  He told troopers he had consumed three beers in his car. He was arrested for DWI with a BAC level of .10%.

In the Village of Bath on Saturday June 8th, Troopers observed a vehicle with equipment violations and the driver of the vehicle, Todd Pousley, age 34 of Scranton, PA, showed signs of intoxication. Pousley tested positive for alcohol with a BAC level of .11 %. He was issued V & T Tickets and arrested for DWI.

While on routine patrol in the Town of Canisteo on Saturday the 8th of June, Troopers observed a vehicle driven by Matthew Cady, age 26 of Arkport, NY, cross a double line on County Route 199 and then rolled through a stop sign onto County Route 29. When interviewing the driver, a strong odor of alcohol was detected and the driver was unable to complete road side sobriety test. Cady was arrested for several V & T violations and for driving while intoxicated with a BAC of .11 %.

On Sunday June 9th, Chemung County 911 dispatched State Police to State Route 14 in the Town of Veteran for a property damage accident. The driver of the vehicle, Tan N. VI age 25 of the Village of Elmira, stated to police that he had fallen asleep. He was uninjured but displayed several of the signs of intoxication and he dialed a roadside test for alcohol. Along with traffic violations he was arrested for DWI with a BAC reading of .11% which is over the legal limit of .08%.
 


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