BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - State Police were busy in western New York over the weekend, when six people were arrested in a 24-hour period on I-190.
Troopers say 30-year-old Keith Kaczmarski, of Boston, was stopped on I-190 in Buffalo on Saturday. He was arrested for third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and aggravated unlicensed operation. Kaczmarski is due in Buffalo City Court at a later date.
A property damage auto accident resulted in a DWI arrest on I-190 Saturday. State Police say they investigated the accident and arrested 45-year-old Elvis Espinosa for DWI. He was released to a third party, and is due in Buffalo City Court at a later date.
According to state police, 27-year-old Lauren Metz was arrested from DWI Sunday on I-190. State Police say the West Seneca woman's vehicle was stopped for moving from a lane unsafely, and she was then arrested for DWI. She is due in Buffalo City Court at a later date.
State Police say they stopped 37-year-old Derek Prellwitz's vehicle for following too closely, and arrested him for DWI. He is due in Buffalo City Court at a later date.
A West Seneca resident was stopped for speeding Sunday, when he was arrested for DWI. Police say 29-year-old Randy Zawadzki is due in West Seneca Town Court at a later date.
State Police say a Buffalo man was stopped Sunday on I-190 for moving from a lane unsafely. Police say they arrested 35-year-old Michael Herod for DWI, and he is due in Buffalo City Court at a later date.
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