ERIE COUNTY, N.Y. (WIVB) - Erie County Sheriff's made three DWI arrests Sunday morning in Elma, Amherst, and Sardinia in which all three men refused all blood alcohol tests.
The first arrest was made in Elma around 3:24 a.m. after stopping 26-year-old Anthony Slawinowski of East Aurora. He was pulled over for a traffic violation during which he was determined to be intoxicated. Slawinowski was charged with DWI, refused all blood alcohol tests, and was later released on appearance tickets. He is due to appear back in Elma Town Court in the near future.
Roughly 20 minutes later around 3:40 a.m., deputies arrested 38-year-old Thomas Mattocks of Williamsville. He was stopped for traffic violations in Amherst where he conducted and failed field sobriety tests during which he was deteremined to be intoxicated. Mattocks was charged with DWI and refused all blood alcohol tests. He is due to appear back in the Town of Amherst Court at a later date after being released on appearance tickets.
The last DWI arrest made by deputies was around 5:15 a.m. after deputies reported to an incident in Sardinia. Reportedly, Scott Decker, 36, of Chaffee drove up to an ex-girlfriend's house and pounded on the door while intoxicated. While doing field sobriety tests, Decker ran off until deputies caught up to him and took him into custody. He was arrested for Felony DWI, Obstructing Governmental Administration and Resisting Arrest. He also refused all blood alcohol tests as well as further processing. He was taken to the Erie County Holding Center where he was held pending his arraignment.
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