WEST SENECA, N.Y. (WIVB) - Authorities across Erie County are being recognized for working tirelessly to keep drunk drivers off the road.
The 22nd annual Stop-DWI Awards Breakfast was held at Kloc's Blossom Grove in West Seneca on Friday. The event presents an award to an officer from each agency for their work in cracking down on drunk drivers.
Stop-DWI Director John Sullivan said, "Our goal is to maintain the arrest levels of around 3,500 a year in Erie County. That's a large number of arrests for an area of our size."
There are 26 award winners from town and village police departments, as well as the sheriff's office and two divisions of state police.
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