Deputies say a Webster man was driving recklessly and speeding along a busy stretch of State Route 104 in Wayne County before a traffic stop on Sunday.
It happened around midnight when deputies stopped a vehicle operated by James Nolan, 31, of Webster.
He would ultimately be charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs and criminal possession of a controlled substance following an investigation.
However, he was also cited for moving from lane unsafely and speeding.
Deputies say Nolan was observed moving between two lanes on Route 104 while traveling 79 mph in a 55 mph zone. When deputies attempted a traffic stop he failed field sobriety tests.
Nolan was transported to the Sheriff’s Office for processing and will answer all of the charges at a later date.
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