PENDLETON, N.Y. (RELEASE) - The State Police in Niagara County conducted a sobriety checkpoint/DWI saturation detail during the evening hours of Friday, October 29 through the early morning hours of Saturday, October 30. The detail led to the arrests of four individuals for DWI.
Arrested as a result of a fixed checkpoint on Campbell Blvd in the Town of Pendleton were:
+Zachary M. Cornelius(8/23/87) of Burt, NY. Cornelius is charged with DWI after he was found to be operating a vehicle with a BAC of .09%.
+Francis P. Hauser(10/12/48) of Amherst, NY. Hauser is charged with DWI after he was found to be operating a vehicle with a BAC of .12%.
Both were issued tickets on the DWI charges and released. Both are scheduled to appear in the Town of Pendleton Court at a later date to answer the charges.
Arrested as a result of the a DWI saturation detail were:
+Ryan J. Eick(7/29/83) of Middleport, NY. Eick was stopped on Dysinger Road in the Town of Lockport for failing to keep right. Eick was subsequently charged with DWI and a felony charge of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the 1st degree as well as the original failed to keep right charge. Eick refused to take the breath test to determine his BAC. New York State law mandates that a person's drivers license be immediately suspended should he or she refuse to take a test to determine their BAC as a result of an arrest for DWI. Eick was arraigned in the Town of Lockport Court and remanded to the Niagara County Jail in lieu of $500.00 bail.
+Brian S Aiduk (10/08/78) of Niagara Falls, NY. Aiduk stopped on ST-104 in the Town of Lewiston for failing to keep right and not wearing his seatbelt. As a result of the traffic stop, Aiduk was subsequently charged with Felony DWI as well as numerous vehicle and traffic violations. New York State Law makes DWI a felony when a driver has a previous conviction for DWI on his/her record within the past 10 years. Aiduk also refused to take a test to determine his BAC. Aiduk to be arraigned in the Town of Lewiston Court on the above charges.
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