Lockport Union-Sun & Journal —
Supreme Court Justice Richard C. Kloch, Sr., said sentencing was delayed so King could attend an alcohol treatment program in Oklahoma. King completed the program with flying colors.
But, this was his fifth DWI conviction, Kloch pointed out. The night he was arrested, King registered a blood alcohol content of .29 percent, more than three times the legal limit.
• Stephen L. Majka, 29, of Niagara Falls, pleaded guilty to felony DWI Thursday before Farkas. Majka, who is facing one-and-a-third to four years in state prison, will be sentenced Oct. 11.
Majka was arrested in April in Lockport after he ran a red light. He also had a previous DWI conviction in 2003.