HIT AND RUN DRIVER LEFT HER CELL PHONE BEHIND AT SCENE OF THE CRIME!
CLARENCE, NEW YORK — On March 26, 2017, New York State Police Troopers responded to Circle Ct, Clarence to investigate a report of a hit and run. The police investigation revealed that Kelley Perkins allegedly struck a parked vehicle and then stopped exited her vehicle, surveyed the damage and left without reporting the accident or speaking to the parked vehicle’s owner. While on
While on the scene of the crash, police say she dropped her cell phone. Shortly thereafter Troopers arrived and found the damaged vehicle and cell phone. While interviewing the victim the phone rang and Troopers interviewed Perkins who gave her location.
A subsequent interview of Perkins at her home resulted in her arrest for leaving the scene of a property damage accident and Aggravated DWI. Perkins was processed and provided a breath sample of .19%. She was released with a return court date in Clarence Court.
On March 26th, 2017, the New York State Police arrested Aaron Rahr, 21, of Ashville, for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated.
The Troopers responded to civilian complaints of a reckless driver on Open Meadows Road, located Rahr, and placed him under arrest after he failed multiple SFSTs. Rahr was transported to SP Jamestown where he provided a breath sample of .20. Rahr was then processed, issued tickets returnable to the Town of Harmony Court and released. Rahr is scheduled to appear in the Town of Harmony Court next month to answer the charge.
KEAR NOT WILLING TO CALL UBER;
WILLING, NY. — New York State Police report that on March 24 at 7:46 pm, Troopers arrested Ernest C Kear, 59 of Whitesville, NY for DWI.
Kear was stopped on ST-248 in the Town of Willing for vehicle and traffic violations. While interviewing Kear the odor of an alcoholic beverage was present. Kear was given SFST’s in which he failed. Kear was taken to SP Amity for processing. Kear recorded a .11% BAC. Kear was issued traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Willing for April 2017.
Attention Stoners! Driving while stoned is a no-go
JAMESTOWN, NY — New York State Police report that on March 25th, 2017, the New York State Police arrested Matthew Carlson, 44, of Jamestown, for Driving While Intoxicated and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.
Carlson was pulled over on Route 430 in Jamestown for a traffic violation and after failing several SFSTs, Carlson was placed under arrest. When a bag containing marijuana was found in Carlson’s possession he was additionally charged with UPM. Carlson was transported to SP Jamestown where he provided a breath sample of .13. Carlson was then processed, issued tickets returnable to the Town of Ellicott Court and released. Carlson is scheduled to appear in the Town of Ellicott Court later in the month to answer the charges.
Matthew Carlson, 44, of Jamestown, for Driving While Intoxicated and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.
Weishaupt’s party goes together like a horse & carriage with Blue Beer and Pot
CHESTERFIELD, NY. — According to New York State Police on March 25, 2017, at approximately 7:15 p.m. State Police conducted a traffic stop on Highland Road in the town of Chesterfield on a Suzuki, for speed in zone (52 mph in a 40 mph zone).
The driver was identified as 30-year-old Stephan F. Weishaupt, of Keeseville. He was subsequently arrested for DWI. An open bottle of Labatt Blue beer was found in the vehicle. Weishaupt was also found in possession of approximately 7.5 grams of marijuana. His blood alcohol content was determined to be 0.17%. Weishaupt was charged with DWI and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana. He was further ticketed for speed in zone, consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle, failure to keep right, uninspected motor vehicle and failure to submit to a preliminary breath test.
Weishaupt was released with tickets to appear in Chesterfield Town Court on March 27, 2017, at 5 p.m.
Too cheap to call Uber; now he’ll pay for a lawyer unless he gets a free one provided by the taxpayers he might have killed in his repeat DWI adventure
(Newfield, NY – March 28, 2017) On March 26, 2017, at about 9:19 p.m., New York State Police at Newfield arrested Gregory A. Whitley, age 27, of Interlake, NY for the felony of felony of Driving While Intoxicated with a B.A.C. result of .08%, the misdemeanor of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation 2nd degree, the violation of Unlawful Possession of Marihuana and other traffic violations.
This arrest occurred after a trooper responded to a Tompkins County 911 report of a vehicle off the roadway on Van Kirk Road in the Town of Newfield. An investigation determined that Whitley was driving while intoxicated when he drove off the roadway and into a ditch. This DWI arrest was a felony because he has a prior conviction for DWI within the last 10 years. Also, he has five suspensions on his NYS driver’s and unlawfully possessed about 2 grams of marihuana inside his vehicle.
This DWI arrest was a felony because he has a prior conviction for DWI within the last 10 years. Also, he has five suspensions on his NYS driver’s and unlawfully possessed about 2 grams of marihuana inside his vehicle.
Whitley was arraigned in the Town of Newfield Court and was released without bail being required. His next court date is pending.
Gregory A. Whitley, age 27, of Interlake, NY for the felony of felony of Driving While Intoxicated