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Interlaken woman charged with felony DWI after traffic stop in Seneca County

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 62-year-old Interlaken resident on DWI charges following a traffic stop in the Town of Romulus.

The traffic stop occurred on September 8th around 8 p.m., according to deputies, who released information about the incident on Friday.

Deputies say they saw Marlene Hamilton, 62, of Interlaken operating her vehicle at a high rate of speed, traveling south on Route 96A after failing to yield at a yield sign.

Deputies say that she also failed to maintain her lane as they observed her traveling down Route 96A.

They initiated a traffic stop; and noted an open container during investigation. She was found to be driving while intoxicated; and also had a previous DWI conviction, resulting in felony charges.

She was ticketed for failing to keep right, failing to yield, speeding, consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle, and driving while intoxicated.

All of the charges will be answered in Romulus Town Court at a later date.


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