COLLINS, N.Y. (WIVB) - Troopers tailed a car they saw exit the wrong way out of a convenience store parking lot, and say it led to a DWI arrest.
State Police were on Main Street in Collins around 1 a.m. on Saturday when they witnessed 41-year-old Donald Steves leave the parking lot of the Country Fair store by using a clearly marked entrance lane. Troopers pursued Steves and say when they saw him repeatedly drive over the hazard line in the roadway, they pulled him over.
Steves reportedly failed field sobriety tests and authorities say his BAC was .14 percent. Troopers arrested him for DWI.
Steves is due back in court later this month.
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