Jamestown Man Accused Of Driving While Impaired By Drugs Following Crash

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JAMESTOWN – A 47-year-old Jamestown man is accused of driving while impaired by drugs following a crash on Interstate-86 last week.

New York State Police responded to a single-vehicle accident last Friday.

Troopers report Patrick Patterson’s tire popped, causing his car to crash into a guard rail along the highway.

Following an investigation, police accused Patterson of driving while ability impaired by drugs.

Additionally, Patterson troopers allegedly found Patterson in possession of methamphetamine and it was discovered that his driving privileges had previously been suspended numerous times.

Patterson was uninjured in the crash. He was later released with tickets in the Town of Poland court.


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