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Saturday, January 10, 2015

TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A Middleport man who told Niagara County Sheriff's deputies he lived "right down the road" was charged with DWI early this morning.

Tyler P. Sadauskas, no age or address given, was stopped while traveling north on the William Gregory Lockport Bypass for speeding and driving on the shoulder of the road.

Sadauskas told patrol he hadn't had anything to drink. He said he had just gotten the vehicle, a 2004 gray BMW, and that it was his biirthday.

"Sadauskas stated multiple times that he lived right down the road," the NCSO arrest report said, adding "Sadauskas' license was showing a Middleport address."

He was determined to be intoxicated although he refused a chemical test. He was charged with DWI, moving from lane unsafely, reckless driving, refusal to take a breath test and speeding.

Hillman's Towing responded and secured the vehicle with a 12-hour hold. Patrol then transported Sadauskas to NCSO jail, where he was held on $250 bail. He is scheduled to appear in the Town of Lockport court on Tuesday.

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