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December 2,2012- Erie County Sheriff Tim Howard is reporting that there were  three DWI arrests overnight, totaling five DWI arrests over a 30 hour period from Friday evening to early Saturday morning.

 Erie County Sheriff's Deputies Robert Kolmetz and Michael Okal were on patrol on Plymouth Avenue in the City of Buffalo about 9:00pm when a vehicle driven by 23 y/o Ernest Ramoslopez of Grote St. in Buffalo passed through an intersection without stopping at the stop sign, almost striking the patrol vehicle. Ernest was subsequently stopped and found to be intoxicated. Ernest also had 14 suspensions on his driver's license. Ernest was arrested and charged with Felony Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle, DWI, and numerous traffic infractions. Ernest consented to a chemical breath test and showed a reading of .11% BAC.  Ernest was taken to the ECHC and held on $500 bail.

 At 1:37am, Deputy Benjamin Pisa stopped a vehicle on Creek Rd. in the Town of Sardinia, driven by 48 y/o Joseph A. Adamczyk of Creek Rd. in Sardinia for erratic operation. Further interview discovered Adamczyk to be intoxicated. Adamczyk was arrested for DWI and multiple traffic violations. Adamczyk had a chemical breath test reading of .16% BAC, twice the legal limit. Adamczyk was released to a third party with appearance tickets for the Town of Sardinia Court at a later date.

 Finally at 3:19am, Deputy Donald Hoelscher stopped a vehicle driven by 30 y/o Kenneth F. Hayden of Cole Rd. in West Valley on S. Cascade Rd. in the Town of Concord for traffic violations. The interview and subsequent field sobriety tests found Hayden to be intoxicated. Hayden was arrested for DWI and found to have a BAC of .11%.    Hayden was released to a third party with appearance tickets for the Town of Concord Court at a later date.