Between Saturday and Sunday, State Police made six DWI arrests and one drug arrest in West Seneca, Depew, Clarence, Hamburg and the City of Buffalo.
Around 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, 23-year-old Joseph Ridge of Buffalo lost control of his vehicle on Rt. 219 in West Seneca and was hit by a second vehicle after his vehicle collided with a guard rail. Troopers believe he was intoxicated and his blood was drawn at ECMC.
Two hours later on Main Street in Clarence, State Police stopped 22-year-old Dalton Englert of Clarence for failing to stop for a red traffic arrow. Troopers say Englert failed field sobriety tests and a breath test revealed his BAC to be .15 percent.
On Pine Street in Hamburg on Sunday, shortly after midnight, troopers arrested 44-year-old Clayton Russell of Hamburg. Police say he failed to yield the right of way and a breath test revealed Russell had a BAC of .08 percent.
And in Depew, 37-year-old Darryl Rocha was pulled over shortly before 2 a.m. State Police say Rocha failed field sobriety tests and had a BAC of .09 percent.
Two people were arrested for DWI in the City of Buffalo on Sunday.
After being stopped on Forest Avenue, 50-year-old Clifford Johnson of Buffalo was charged with aggravated DWI for having a BAC of .19 percent, according to police. Johnson was also charged with failure to keep right and having an obstructed license place.
Twenty-nine-year-old Kristina Schmitt of Buffalo was charged with aggravated DWI and failure to keep right. State Police say had a BAC of .22 percent when she was pulled over on Niagara Street.
And 26-year-old Zachary Rodriguez was charged with seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after State Police say they witnessed a hand-to-hand exchange in the 7-Eleven parking lot at Niagara and Hampshire. Rodriguez was also wanted on a warrant for seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. He was taken to the Holding Center.