Impaired drivers are a very real danger to themselves and to others who share the road. With this in mind, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office has launched a multi-faceted campaign of education, awareness and enforcement to battle this threat to public safety in our community. We have elected to publicize the names of those charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence during the past week.
An officer on patrol observed a vehicle stopped in a lane of traffic. Upon making contact with the intoxicated driver, the vehicle drove off. Officers pursued the vehicle and the driver lost control bringing the vehicle to a stop.
While taking custody of the driver, an officer was assaulted. Katie R. Reber, 34, of Alexandria, was charged with DWI, disregarding police signal, reckless driving, and assault on law enforcement.
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On November 20, 2012, Clarence State Police Members responded to a report of a property damage automobile accident on Salt Rd. in the town of Clarence. Upon arrival at the scene the Troopers observed a vehicle that was towing a second vehicle, that had extensive damage, north on Salt Rd. A traffic stop ensued and subsequent interview revealed that William T. Timmons, 20, of Clarence was operating his vehicle south on Salt Rd. and struck a tree off the east shoulder. Timmons then contacted Karl E. Struebel, 21, of Clarence, to assist him in removing his vehicle from the scene of the accident. Further investigation revealed that both subjects had been drinking and under the influence of alcohol, they were subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.