State troopers based out of Boston, Clarence and the Thruway conducted a "saturation patrol" following Sunday's Buffalo Bills game, netting 50 traffic tickets, including six driving while intoxicated arrests, one drug arrest, 17 speeding tickets and 33 other violations.
Kelly L. Herberlein, 44, of Darien Center, was charged with DWI after she nearly struck a State Police vehicle parked on the shoulder of the road, troopers said. She was stopped on Transit Road in Elma and found to be intoxicated, authorities said. A breath test indicated her blood alcohol level was 0.12 percent, officials said.
Bradley M. Poss, 56, of Depew, was stopped on Transit Road in Depew for passing a red light. Police found his registration was suspended for parking tickets. Police also found he was in possession of a controlled substance and marijuana, and they charged him for those offenses.
Lisa D. Ziems, 26, of Cheektowaga, was charged with DWI after being involved in a minor property damage auto accident on Southwestern Boulevard in Orchard Park. She refused a breath sample.
Peter M. Roy, 32, of Lowell, Mass., was pulled over on Route 400 for texting on his cellphone and not wearing a seat belt. He was found to be intoxicated and later provided a breath sample that indicated his blood alcohol level was 0.09 percent.
Arthur J. Cross, 36, of Orchard Park, was charged with felony DWI after he was stopped near the intersection of Michael and Angle roads for not wearing his seat belt and found to be intoxicated. He was taken to the State Police barracks in Holland, where he consented to a breath test, which indicated his blood alcohol content was 0.14 percent. He was charged with a felony because of a previous DWI conviction.
Tyler Scott, 22, of Jamestown, was stopped for an unspecified traffic infraction on the Thruway in West Seneca and was found to be intoxicated. A breath test showed his blood alcohol content was 0.10 percent.
Laura Inzana, 22, of Spencerport, was stopped for an unspecified traffic infraction on the Thruway in and found to be intoxicated. She was processed at the State Police barracks in Buffalo, where she refused a breath test, officials said. She also resisted arrest and was taken to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $1,000 bail. She was charged with DWI and resisting arrest.
Orchard Park police also were out on patrol Sunday at the game. Six people were arrested on marijuana-related charges, three people were charged with underage alcohol possession, and two people were charged with soliciting without a permit.