Traffic stops led to three arrests, and 33 speeding tickets were issued, as troopers patrolled local roads following Sunday’s football game, according to State Police.
Adam Szymanski, 31, of Williamsville, was pulled over along Abbott Road in Orchard Park for using a cellphone while driving and moving from a lane unsafely, police reported. He subsequently was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, after registering a blood-alcohol content of 0.18 percent during a breath test at the Boston barracks.
Troopers said Szymanski, whose license was revoked because of a previous alcohol-related conviction, also was charged with a felony count of aggravated unlicensed operation. He was released, pending an appearance in Orchard Park Town Court.
An unsafe lane change led to a traffic stop on Angle Road, just off Southwestern Boulevard, in the Town of West Seneca, and the arrest of Gregoire J. Flitton, 24, of Derby. Police said small amounts of suboxone and fentanyl, without a valid prescription, were found in his possession, along with a small amount of marijuana. He was issued tickets to appear in West Seneca Town Court.
And a traffic stop on Route 33 in Buffalo led to the arrest of Troy M. Martin, 26, of Buffalo, who police said was in possession of a stolen inspection sticker on his vehicle. Police said Martin also was charged with a violation count of unlawful possession of marijuana and was issued several traffic tickets. He was released, pending an appearance in Buffalo City Court.
Troopers also reported issuing 13 tickets for unrestrained drivers and three for unrestrained children; six for cellphone use while driving; and 51 for other, unspecified, traffic infractions.