Erie County Undersheriff Mark Wipperman reports the Erie County Sheriff’s Office made five separate DWI arrest of the weekend.
February 27; 1:45 a.m.; Elma - Deputy Richard O’Neil stopped a vehicle after observing the vehicle operating a speed higher than the posted limit. Jeremy Vriesen, 25 of Lancaster, failed field sobriety tests and recorded a BAC of .09%. Vriesen was charged with DWI, Operation of a Motor Vehicle with a BAC higher than .08% and speeding. Vriesen was released to a third party on appearance tickets.
February 27; 3:00 a.m.; Boston – Deputy Kenneth Achtyl initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling 83 mph in a 65 mph zone. Deputy Achtyl suspect the driver was intoxicated and had Kevin Deahn, 25 of Boston, conduct field sobriety test. Deahn failed the sobriety tests and a breath test resulted in a BAC of .09%. Deahn was released on appearance tickets.
February 28; 2:14 a.m.; Boston – Deputy Daniel Harris stopped a vehicle on Herman Hill Road after he observed the vehicle speeding and operating with high beams. Deputy Harris charged Edward Sarcione III, 23 of Eden, with DWI, speeding, failure to use designated lane, failure to dim lights and failure to keep right. Sarcione was released to a third party on appearance tickets.
February 28; 11:30 p.m.; Holland – Deputy Matthew Cipollitti arrested Chase Long, 29 of East Aurora, for DWI after the Deputy stopped him for speeding on Route 16. Long was released to a third party and faces a Holland Town Court appearance on March 19.
March 1; 6 p.m.; Newstead – Jason Dieterle, 39 of Akron was arrested for DWI on Lewis Road. Dieterle refused to submit to a breath test and has transported to the Erie County Holding Center and was held on $250 bail.