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Two arrested for driving while intoxicated after Labor Day crackdown in Seneca Falls

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Two people have been arrested after a multi-agency DWI checkpoint Saturday night between the Seneca Falls Police Department and the Seneca County Sheriff’s Department.

927 cars passed through the checkpoint that was set up on Fall Street (SR 5) in the Town of Seneca Falls between the times of 7:00 pm and 3:00 am.

Among the two arrested were:

On September 4  at 12:07 am, the Town of Seneca Falls Police arrested Roderick E. Coe, age 57, of Waterloo for driving while intoxicated and driving with a blood-alcohol content of .08% or higher following a traffic stop on Fall Street (SR 5) in the Town of Seneca Falls.

Coe was released on traffic tickets and is to appear in the Town of Seneca Falls Court on September 22, 2016 at 10 am.

On September 4 at 1:02 am, the Town of Seneca Falls Police arrested Jordan L. Sherlock, 21, of Rose for driving while intoxicated, DWI-drugs and unlawful possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Fall Street (SR 5) in the Town of Seneca Falls. Sherlock was released on tickets and is scheduled to appear in the Town of Seneca Falls Court on September 19, 2016 at 6pm to answer to the charges.

Agencies also issued a total of 13 uniform traffic tickets.

This check point was part of a statewide Labor Day crack down initiative.

Editor’s Note: The above information is a press release from the Seneca Falls Police Department and was not written by any member of the FingerLakes1.com staff.

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