Traffic Stop Leads To Arrest Of Jamestown Man

RANDOLPH – Randall Schuler, 59, of Jamestown, was charged with driving while ability impaired by the combined influence of drugs and alcohol and unlawful possession of marijuana following a traffic stop Sunday on Rt. 394 by New York State Police.
Schuler was pulled over for allegedly driving erratically and, after failing several field sobriety checks, was arrested. A search of Schuler’s vehicle revealed two bags containing 11 grams of marijuana and two smoking devices containing marijuana residue.
Schuler was transported to the Jamestown barracks, where he provided a breath sample of .07. Schuler was then evaluated by a New York State Police Drug Recognition Expert who determined Schuler was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana. Schuler was then processed, issued tickets returnable to the town of Randolph Court and released. Schuler is scheduled to appear in the town of Randolph Court next month to answer the charges.