From WHAM TV:
A Rochester woman was arrested twice for DWI within the span of three hours.Gates Police say Catherine Butler, 26, was driving without her headlights on after leaving a Halloween party early Saturday.Police pulled her over on Buffalo Road, not far from the police department, and determined she was driving drunk. After her arrest, a friend came to pick her up.Less than three hours later, police say they arrested Butler again for driving drunk. Police say her blood alcohol level was .11 percent the first time and .09 percent the second time.Both above the legal limit of .08 percent. This wasn’t the first time Butler was arrested for DWI. According to police this was the fourth time Butler has been busted for driving drunk.“Two prior driving while impaired convictions and 26 years old and she’s still out driving drunk. It’s just hard to understand why people continue to do that and the consequences of continuing to do that,” Gates Police Chief James Vanbrederode says.Butler did have a valid driver’s license. Her earlier DWI charges were reduced to impaired driving charges allowing her to keep the license.