January 26, January 27th- 2013- Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports the arrest of six offenders for Driving While Intoxicated by Sheriff’s Road Patrols in separate incidents on Saturday night and Sunday morning.
After responding to a report of a car driving recklessly at about 4:30 pm Deputy Scott Kuhlmey arrested David Bubar Jr. (29) of North Tonawanda. A breath test conducted at the Sheriff’s Clarence substation revealed his Blood Alcohol Content to be .21%.
While on patrol in Grand Island Deputy Dan Harris responded to a single car accident at approximately 12:15AM. This led to the arrest of Autumn L. Urbaniak, (22) of North Tonawanda. She was charged DWI as well as Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th degree and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. In addition to driving drunk she had in her possession a quantity of marijuana and multiple packages of synthetic marijuana. She was processed at the Grand Island substation and her Blood Alcohol Content was .11%.
While on patrol in Colden at approximately 12:30AM, Deputy Ben Pisa responded to a single car accident in which a pick-up truck hit a utility pole and sheered it in half. The driver, Sean J. Eschborn (26) of Colden, was arrested and charged with DWI and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. A breath test revealed his Blood Alcohol Content to be .16%. He was processed at the Springville Station and released.
While on patrol in Elma at approximately 1:30AM, Deputy Rich O’Neil arrested Jacob P. Bogard (24) of Marilla and charged him with DWI and traffic infractions after stopping his vehicle on Bullis Rd in Elma. His Blood Alcohol Content was .13%.
While on patrol in Clarence at 2:11AM, Deputies Simon Biegasiewicz and Dave Zamorek arrested Katherine E. Kline (22) of Amherst after a traffic stop. In addition to DWI and traffic infractions she was charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. A breath test revealed her Blood Alcohol Content to be .12%
While on patrol in Grand Island at approximately 3:15AM, Deputy Mike Okal arrested a 19 year old Grand Island man following a traffic stop. After failing standard field sobriety tests he was taken to the Grand Island substation to be processed. His Blood Alcohol Content was .09%.
All parties were released on appearance tickets into the custody of a sober third party.