NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Captain Barry Chase
Labor Day weekend DWI Arrests
New York State Police arrested 6 individuals for Driving While Intoxicated over the Labor Day weekend.
On Friday September 4, New York State Police in the Town of Wayland arrested Shane Hubble, age 36 of Cohocton, for DWI after a report of a hit and run vehicle property damage accident on CR 121. Hubble was unable to complete roadside sobriety tests. Hubble was issued appearance tickets and released to a sober third party.
On Saturday September 5, New York State Police in the Town of Bath arrested Charles Sommers, age 70 of Cameron for DWI after Sommers stopped his vehicle in the middle of the road on County Route 10. Sommer’s BAC was found to be .16%, twice the legal limit of .08%. Sommer was issued tickets and is to appear at the Town of Bath court at a later date. Sommer was released to a sober third party.
At a DWI checkpoint on Saturday September 5, New York State Police arrested Megan Davis, age 29 of Bath, for DWI after telling police that she had a couple of drinks and there were visible empty liquor bottles in her vehicle. Davis’s BAC was found to be .17%, more than twice the legal limit. Davis was issued appearance tickets to return to the Town of Erwin court and released to a sober third party.
Also, at the DWI checkpoint, David Bosket age 58 of Painted Post, was arrested for DWI after telling police that he had a “few” drinks. Bosket was unable to complete Roadside sobriety testing and was taken to the Painted Post station for processing. Bosket was issued appearance tickets to the Town of Erwin court for a later date.
On Saturday September 5, New York State Police arrested Matthew Voorhees, age 23 of Lowman, for DWI after his vehicle was pulled over for a loud exhaust. In the Village of Horseheads. Voorhees’s BAC was found to .14%. Voorhees was issued appearance tickets to the Village of Horseheads court; his vehicle was towed, and he was released to a sober third party.