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Perry man jailed on traffic and contempt charges

WARSAW – A 45-year-old Perry man was jailed on drunken driving and a domestic violence charges after Wyoming County sheriff’s deputies tracked him down and stopped him as he was driving on Lake Street in the Village of Perry about 9:15 p.m. Sunday.

Andrew K. Kujawski of Watkins Avenue, was initially stopped because of a contempt of court and harassment warrant lodged hours earlier because he is accused of going to the Village of Castile home of a woman who had a court order of protection against him and beat her up.

When stopped on Lake Street that night Kujawski was arrested on driving while intoxicated with a prior conviction charge, DWI with a blood-alcohol reading of over 0.08 per cent and aggravated driving while intoxicated. He was committed to the Wyoming County Jail Sunday night in lieu of $15,000 bail and facing Court proceedings Oct. 1 in Perry and Oct. 21 in Castile.

Perry police assisted in the arrest.