BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - State Police and the Erie County Sheriff's Office arrested several people over the holiday weekend for various charges.
On July 5 at a checkpoint on the Lockport Bypass in the Town of Lockport, State Police arrested the following people:
- Zachary Zaepfel, 20, of Clarence - charged with DWI on drugs, unlawful possession of marijuana
- Jeffrey Pomeroy, 44, of Williamsville - charged with DWI
- Charles Griffith, 31, of Niagara Falls - charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, criminal possession of a controlled substance, and unlawful possession of fireworks
- Jeffrey Wozniak, 30, of Lockport - charged with for felony DWI under Leandra's Law and DWI on drugs. Police say Wozniak had two children, ages 8 and 10, in his vehicle.
On July 6 at a checkpoint in the Town of Pembroke, State Police arrested the following people:
- Samantha Dziewa, 17, of Cheektowaga - charged with unlawful possession of marijuana
- P.J. Tomasetti, 28, of Rochester - charged with unlawful posession of marijuana
- John Zorn, 45, of Rochester - charged with DWI
- Dustin Houghton, 22, of Webster - charged with DWI and unlawful possession of marijuana
Other stopped on July 6 by State Police:
- Robert Malvestuto, 22, of Niagara Falls - charged with DWI after being stopped in the Town of Wales
- Amanda Williams, 34, of Cheektowaga - charged with DWI after being stopped in the Town of Elma
- Kristy Grossman, 30, of Buffalo - charged with DWI after being stopped in the Town of Aurora
On July 6 at checkpoints in the Town of Marilla and the Town of Wales, the Erie County Sheriff's Office arrested the following people:
- Taylor Blachura, 24, of Warsaw - charged with DWI
- Richard Ryan, 31, of Fredonia - charged with DWI
- Kathleen Bailey, 59, of Buffalo - charged with DWI
- Kelsey Leaverton, 29, of Painesville, OH - charged with DWI
- Justin Skinner, 26, of Buffalo - charged with DWI
- Adam Dzwigal, 20, of Holland - charged with DWI
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