• DWI: Christina L. Sterner, 46, 79 Lincoln Blvd., upper, Kenmore, was charged with DWI and failure to keep right about 3 a.m. Saturday, according to sheriff's deputies. While on patrol on Ward Road, a deputy said he saw Sterner cross the center line and fog line numerous times while driving. After being pulled over, Sterner failed field sobriety tests and was charged. A breath test determined her blood alcohol content to be above 0.08 percent but the exact amount wasn't reported.
• BURGLARY: Sheriff's deputies were called a Summerset Court address Saturday afternoon where a resident reported that someone had entered their garage at some point since Thursday and taken several items. Among the items taken were a golf bag containing Taylormade golf clubs and a set of Reebok hockey pads. The estimated loss is $2,500. The resident said he thought the car entry door must have been left open.
• DWI: Daniel C. Stroyan, 61, 1178 Hartland Road, Barker, was charged with DWI about 9 p.m. Friday, according to sheriff's deputies. While checking the area of Saunders Settlement Road for a reckless driver traveling in the opposite lane of traffic, a deputy said he spotted a vehicle matching the description in a gas station parking lot. When he spoke to the driver, Stroyan, the deputy said he noticed signs of intoxication. He failed field sobriety tests and charged. He consented to a chemical test and his blood alcohol content was determined to be 0.11 percent.
• DWI: Michael C. Moyer, 32, 3229 Bellreng Drive, Niagara Falls, was charged with felony DWI, DWI, driving with a suspended registration and a traffic violation about 5:15 a.m. Saturday, according to sheriff's deputies. A deputy driving down Saunders Settlement Road came across a '06 Accura parked but still running in the road with Moyer asleep at the wheel. After he was woken up by the deputy, an apparent intoxicated Moyer told the deputy he was on his way home from his "boy's" house in Lockport after attending Friday night's Buffalo Bills game. After failing field sobriety tests he was was arrested. A breath test determined his blood alcohol content to be 0.10 percent. He was charged with felony DWI after it was determined he had a previous DWI conviction in Amherst in 2009.