Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty experiences the arrest of a Wyoming County resident on felony DWI expenses following an investigation right into a motorized vehicle crash involving a motorbike.
On September 11, 2021 at roughly 3:00pm, Sheriff’s Deputies and emergency personnel responded to East Groveland Street, in the City of Groveland, for the report of a motorized vehicle crash involving one motorbike.
The on-scene investigation revealed that Tyler J. Salamone, age 26 from Perry NY, was working a motorbike westbound on East Groveland Street when he misplaced management of the bike, inflicting him to crash into an open area.
Salamone was transported by ambulance with minor accidents ensuing from the crash. There have been no different accidents consequently.
The investigating Deputy Sheriff suspected that Salamone was inebriated and responded to Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Rochester to conduct a DWI investigation. Salamone did submit a blood pattern to check for BAC (blood alcohol content material). The blood pattern was despatched to a forensic lab for testing.
The lab outcomes later revealed that Salamone’s BAC was .13%. A information test revealed that Salamone did have a earlier DWI associated conviction on October 1st, 2018.
On October 20th, 2021 Deputy Jason Web page arrested Salamone and charged him with felony Driving Whereas Intoxicated.
Salamone was turned over to Central Reserving Deputies on the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention. The offense did qualify for arraignment because the Decide can invoke driving restrictions, nevertheless, the Decide can not set bail below the NYS Justice Reform Act.
Salamone was later arraigned on the Livingston County Centralized Arraignment Half (LC-CAP) on the Livingston County Jail earlier than City of York Justice Thomas Porter. The Decide did launch Salamone on his personal recognizance, per the legislation, with a return courtroom date in Groveland City Court docket and Deputies did set him free.
The Livingston County Public Defender’s Workplace was current and represented Salamone on the courtroom arraignment for his protection. The Livingston County District Lawyer’s Workplace was notified however didn’t seem to signify the individuals
Helping with the investigation on scene for the Sheriff’s Workplace was Deputy Laszlo Babocsi and Deputy Michael Wade of the Patrol