ORCHARD PARK, NY (WIVB)– Orchard Park police pulled over a car driven by 44-year Christopher Reimer of Buffalo Friday night. Police say Reimer said he did not have his drivers license with him and gave them a false name, which led to several charges.
Police originally pulled the car over after noticing it running loudly and having a brake light out. After the name he gave police did not show up in the New York system, Reimer was questioned further. Only after he was separated from a female in the vehicle with him, did he admit to his actual identity.
Reimer was found to have a suspended drivers license with 4 suspensions on it. He was also found to have an outstanding arrest warrant from the City of Buffalo. In addition, it was discovered that Reimer was in violation of a court order barring him from contact with the female passenger.
Reimer was charged with Aggrevated unlicensed operation in the 2nd degree, False personation, Criminal contempt in the 2nd degree and several vehicle and traffic infractions.
Reimer was arraigned in Orchard Park town court and sent to the Erie County Holding Center in lieu of $5,000 bail. There’s no word on when he is scheduled to return to Orchard Park town court.