Cops: Pa. man drove 108 MPH on western NY highway
SHERMAN, N.Y. - April 8, 2013 (WPVI) -- State police say they've ticketed a 21-year-old Pennsylvania man for driving more than 100 mph on a western New York highway.
Troopers say they pulled over Nathan Koman of Cranesville, Pa., around 2:15 p.m. Sunday after clocking him driving 108 mph on Interstate 86 in the Chautauqua County town of Sherman, near the Pennsylvania border 65 miles southwest of Buffalo.
Police say during the stop troopers found a bag containing 32 grams of marijuana.
Troopers charged Koman with speeding, reckless driving and criminal possession of marijuana.
He was ordered to appear in Sherman Town Court at a later date.
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