Man charged with DWI, causing serious crash

BUFFALO, N.Y. —  A Buffalo man has been charged with driving-while-intoxicated and causing a crash that resulted in serious injuries for a driver and passenger, according to the Erie County District Attorney's Office. 

The incident happened May 13.  

Marshawn Levy, 33, is accused of driving with a blood-alcohol-content of 0.12 percent northbound on Bailey Ave at E. Delavan. The DA's office says he struck a car that was stopped in the southbound lane to turn onto E. Delavan, causing severe injuries to the car's driver, Dwight Daniels, 27, of Depew and a passenger, Trevor Jenkins, 25. Jenkins is continuing to receive treatments at the Erie County Medical Center.

Levy pleaded not guilty to the charges of first-degree vehicular assault and two counts of DWI. His bail was set at $5,000 and he faces a maximum of seven years behind bars if convicted of the charges. 

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