In the early morning hours on Friday September 20th, Steuben County 911 dispatched the New York State Police to Laf- A- Lot Road in the Town of Wayland for a report of a car that went off the road. The caller had stated that there was a man passed out in the driver’s seat of the vehicle who appeared to be intoxicated. When State Police arrived they spoke with the driver’s brother who said his brother had called him and asked him for some help as he was in a ditch and needed help to get out. The homeowner came outside because he could hear a car engine reeving. The car had traveled off the road, down a 20-foot embankment and came to rest on a large pile of rocks. The home owner stated that vehicle operator locked all the car doors. State police observed the driver of the vehicle asleep in the fully reclined driver’s seat with a Coor’s beer bottle between his legs and other beer cans and bottles in the car. After Police tried to wake up the driver, he eventually rolled down the window and unlocked the car and got out of the vehicle. Adam Hughes, age 24 of Hornell, was arrested for DWI, drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle on a highway and failure to use a designated lane. At the Wayland Station his BAC was found to be .09%. Hughes was issued tickets returnable to the Town of Wayland court and his vehicle was towed from the resident’s yard.