Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports the arrest of four area drivers for Driving While Intoxicated made by Erie County Sheriff’s Office Road Patrols on Wednesday.
While on patrol in Marilla Wednesday night, Deputies Mike Okal and Dan Harris responded to a report of a property damage accident where a vehicle crashed through a fence on Hemstreet. During the subsequent accident investigation David M. Delprince (46) was charged with Felony Driving While Intoxicated. The charge was a felony due to Mr. Delprince having been previously convicted of DWI. Breath test revealed a BAC of .15%. He was released on an appearance ticket to return to the Marilla Town Court.
Also in the Town of Marilla shortly after midnight Deputy Matt Fuqua responded to an accident on Two Rod Rd. The Driver, Karen A. Rosolowski (37), had crashed into a utility pole. Ms. Rosolowski failed several standard field sobriety tests and was then charged with Driving While Intoxicated. Breath test revealed a BAC of .12%. She was released on an appearance ticket for Marilla Town Court.
In addition the Sheriff’s Road Patrols arrested two drivers for Driving While Intoxicated, Ability Impaired by Drugs. Also around midnight, Deputy Simon Biegasiewicz observed an 18 year old Kenmore Man driving on the wrong side of Transit Rd. After failing several standard field sobriety tests the man was arrested for DWI drugs. Being a New York State certified Drug Recognition Expert, Deputy Biegasiewicz performed a complete evaluation and then took the defendant to the hospital for a blood sample to be tested. The driver was believed to be under the influence of Suboxone and Klonopin. He was released on appearance tickets for Town of Clarence Court.
Just before 1:00am, Deputy Brandon Stott observed Deborah A. Lista (52) of Clarence driving erratically on Shimerville Rd in the Town of Clarence. After failing multiple sobriety tests she was taken into custody for DWI drugs. Ms. Lista was evaluated by Deputy Biegasiewicz and subsequently taken to the hospital for a blood sample to be tested. At the completion of her processing she was released on appearance tickets returnable to Town of Clarence Court.