NYS DMV & NY State Police Conduct Underage Drinking Enforcement Detail.
Members of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles along with New York State Police Members conducted an underage fraudulent/fictitious license (fake ID) check with the cooperation of The Steer Restaurant & Saloon located on Main St. in the City of Buffalo.
Approximately 250 licenses were checked and 11 subjects were found to be in violation of section 509-6 of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law, Use of a Fictitious/Fraudulent license. They were released to return to the Buffalo Traffic Violations Agency at a later date.
One of the subjects, Sheva L. Bhoge, 20, of Schenectady, NY was additionally charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th after a small amount of cocaine was observed in his possession. Bhoge was held at Buffalo Police HQ awaiting arraignment.
Did you know:
Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death for 15 - 20 year olds.
Drivers under age 21 represent about 5 percent of licensed drivers, but are involved in 14 percent of fatal crashes.
Data published in a "Monitoring the Future" study indicated one in ten high school seniors reported driving after smoking marijuana within the two weeks prior to the survey.
Despite a decline in youth drinking, evidence suggests that underage impaired driving is increasing.
More than 5,000 drivers under age 21 were arrested for DWI last lear; over 8 percent of all such arrests.
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