Erie County Sheriff Undersheriff Mark Wipperman reports the arrest of a Buffalo man after a traffic stop reveals his license was suspended ten times and as well as being revoked.
While patrolling around the Erie County Family Court Building, Deputy Daniel Klemp initiated a traffic stop for a vehicle with obstructed vision. As Deputy Klemp checked the man’s driver’s license it was discovered that Regis Lilley, 43 of Buffalo, had 10 active suspensions and his license was revoked. Among the reasons for the suspensions and revocation were DWI, failure to pay fines, failure to pay child support and failure to appear in court.
Lilley was charged with 2nd Degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Vehicle and was ordered to appear in Buffalo City Court on October 14, at 9 a.m.