WEST SENECA, N.Y. (WIVB) - A West Seneca man is facing several charges, after a hit-and-run property damage accident on Broadway and St-77 in the Town of Darien early Monday morning. State Police say they stopped the vehicle driven by 50-year-old Steven Yost on Broadway in the Village of Alden.
Police say they located a vehicle matching the description from the crash and while they attempted to catch up to it, they saw it travel into the shoulder of the roadway and then into the oncoming lane of traffic.
Troopers stopped the vehicle and said the Yost, the driver, was showing signs of intoxication. Police say they asked Yost to exit the vehicle, and he said he was not getting out and answered them with profanity.
Police say a trooper removed Yost from the vehicle, who then refused to take roadside sobriety tests. Yost was charged with DWI and issued numerous tickets including, failure to comply, speeding, passing on the right, failure to keep right, consumer alcohol in a motor vehicle, breath screening test refusal and uninspected motor vehicle.
He was taken to the Erie County Holding Center. He will appear in the Village of Alden Court at a later date.
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