ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Orchard Park Police stayed busy Sunday, when the Buffalo Bills played the Cincinnati Bengals at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Police say they issued 86 tickets for open container violations, arrested two 18-year-old men and made two DWI arrests.
Police say an 18-year-old male from Blasdell was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. He was released on an appearance ticket. Another 18-year-old male was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol.
Police say 22-year-old Justin Sleger was stopped on Southwestern Boulevard for speeding and operating a vehicle with a loud exhaust. Police say Sleger registered a .19 percent BAC and was arrested from DWI, Aggravated DWI, Speeding and Inadequate Exhaust.
Another 22-year-old man was also arrested with more than twice the legal BAC. Police say Nicholas Palermo turned without using a turn signal before entering the 219 North ramp, and then moments later traveling back down the ramp in the wrong direction. Police say Palermo then went through a dirt access path. Police say there was damage on his vehicle from striking road markers on the entrance ramp.
Palermo was stopped and allegedly registered a .22 percent BAC. He was arrested and charged with DWI, Aggravated DWI, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to signal and improper exit from a controlled access highway.
Police say there were several drunk people after the game. Police say a couple of them were taken in for treatment and about six of them could not find their vehicles.
A jury has convicted 16-year-old Dylan Schumaker of second degree murder in the death of his girlfriend's young son.
Police say a Mercedes Benz was making a left turn, when it failed to yield the right of way and struck the police car.
Deputies say they found 43 bags of crack cocaine when they executed a search warrant on a vehicle in Orleans County.
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