NNY drivers facing DWI, related counts

Nov 30, 2008 Full story: watertowndailytimes.com 15

Zachary P. Buntz, 20, of 87 Bean Road, Malone, stopped Thursday in the town of Malone, was charged with driving while ability impaired by alcohol, state police said. He registered a 0.06 percent BAC.

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Bob the Builder

United States

#1 Nov 30, 2008
I see Zach hasn't changed a bit.

“Whats the haps peeps”

Since: Aug 07

Jacksonville, Fl

#2 Nov 30, 2008
Geeez i tell yah people are stupid at times
willis

United States

#3 Nov 30, 2008
0.06?
Malone Resident

South Bethlehem, NY

#4 Nov 30, 2008
Boy Zach will never change or learn his lesson will he?...not a big shocker that his name is in the paper.
fred

United States

#5 Dec 1, 2008
what is the legal limit? although idont believe in driveing while drunk, im just curious?

Since: Aug 08

Malone,NY and Proud of it

#6 Dec 1, 2008
I believe it is 0.08 for a DWI. There is ZERO TOLERANCE in Brazil, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romani, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, and the United Arab Emirates. I wonder what the % of highway deaths are Alcohol related in those countries.
fred

United States

#7 Dec 1, 2008
alot les then here. how does someone get in trouble for 0.06?

“Whats the haps peeps”

Since: Aug 07

Jacksonville, Fl

#8 Dec 1, 2008
It doesn't matter what his BAC was he was underage..period and not of legal drinking age. He should lose his license until he's 25.
fred

United States

#9 Dec 1, 2008
oh i did not know that.

Since: Aug 08

Malone,NY and Proud of it

#10 Dec 1, 2008
Right Fred, this is for DWAI, Driving While Ability Impaired, which is a .06 to a .08, I believe. ANd because he was underage, only 20, we have a law in NY State called Zero Tolerance. He is supposed to lose his license now for a minimum of one year.
Ashly

Ballston Spa, NY

#11 Dec 2, 2008
fred wrote:
alot les then here. how does someone get in trouble for 0.06?
I am pretty sure that anything from .02-.07 you can be charged with DWAI and anything beyond that is DWI that is unless you fail a field sobriety test while you are under the legal limit of .08 then you can be charged with both DWI and DWAI.
just me

United States

#12 Apr 17, 2011
Ashly wrote:
<quoted text> I am pretty sure that anything from .02-.07 you can be charged with DWAI and anything beyond that is DWI that is unless you fail a field sobriety test while you are under the legal limit of .08 then you can be charged with both DWI and DWAI.
anything over .08 you get 2 dwi s one is dwi and the other is aggervated dwi if you blow under you get dwi and they reduce it to dwai
eyes and ears

United States

#13 Apr 17, 2011
Doesn't matter what he blew it's still DRINKING AND DRIVING
drink and drive sucks

Tully, NY

#14 Apr 19, 2011
Don't hang around Fat Jakes if you don't want to get caught. The cops have been hanging around there like crazy lately. Apparently a new cash provider for the troopers. The local PD wouldn't take care of it so the state stepped in. Makes the local PD look like a bunch of Keystone Kops (which they actually are).
Go some where else to drink but have someone else drive. Please!
oooooops

Carthage, NY

#15 Apr 4, 2013
wow

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