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Broome Checkpoint Leads to DWI Arrests

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Three people were charged with driving while intoxicated as the result of a Broome County sobriety checkpoint detail.

Authorities say the Broome County Sheriff’s Office patrol division and other police agencies set up the checkpoint Saturday night.

Two men and one woman were charged with DWI, according to the sheriff’s office.

They are: 29-year-old John Parker of Johnson City; 24-year-old Eric Hergel of Johnson City; and 22-year-old Yelena Kibukevich of Binghamton.

A 20-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman were charged with unlawful possession of alcohol under the age of 21, a violation.

Eighteen additional traffic citations were issued to drivers during the checkpoint detail.

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