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Jamestown motorist charged with driving under influence of marijuana

State police Monday accused a Jamestown man of driving while impaired by drugs after troopers smelled marijuana coming from his car.

Brandon Dailey, 23, was additionally charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle because his license was suspended, police said.

Dailey was pulled over on Route 60 for a traffic violation. While speaking to Dailey, troopers smelled marijuana emanating from inside his vehicle. A marijuana smoking device was located inside the vehicle and Dailey was placed under arrest after failing several sobriety field tests. Dailey was transported to the State Police barracks in Jamestown where he was evaluated by a Chautauqua County drug recognition expert who determined that Dailey was under the influence of marijuana, as well as an unspecified central nervous system depressant.

Dailey was issued tickets, released and scheduled to appear in April in Ellicott Town Court.


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