Traffic infractions lead to driving, drug, and prison contraband charges

Staff Writer
The Chronicle Express
Dyquan Williams

A Rochester man stopped for traffic infractions is now facing drug-related and driving felonies as well as prison contraband. 

Yates County Sheriff's Deputies report Dyquan L. Williams, 30, of Eiffel Place, Rochester, was stopped at 3:48 a.m. Nov. 1  for several traffic infractions on Rte. 14A in Milo. A license check showed his to be under 25 scofflaw suspensions on 13 different dates.

Upon investigation, Williams was allegedly found to have numerous bags of both heroin and cocaine as well as a bag of marijuana. After being processed into the Yates County Jail, Deputies say Williams was found to have hidden a bag of cocaine and brought it into the jail with him.

Williams was charged with 1st degree aggravated unlicensed operation (class E felony), 3rd degree criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell (class B felony), 2nd degree promotion of prison contraband (class A misdemeanor), and unlawful possession of marijuana. He was held at the jail to await Centralized Arraignment Court.