East Aurora Man Admits Breaking Trooper's Nose During Traffic Stop in Colden

East Aurora Man Admits Breaking Trooper’s Nose During Traffic Stop in Colden

The Erie County District Attorney’s Office announced this week that an East Aurora man pleaded guilty to a case involving a physical altercation with a state trooper two years ago during a traffic stop.

On April 18, 2020, at 8:52 p.m., on Center Street near Holland Glenwood Road in Colden, a traffic stop took place.

Chaz M. Brzezicki, 33, allegedly stepped out of his vehicle and struck a trooper in the face during the stop, according to authorities.

The trooper hit Brzezicki with a flashlight during the confrontation, which occurred while Brzezicki was in a chokehold. When more police officers came, Brzezicki was brought into the jail.

After passing a trooper on Center, Brzezick was pulled and stopped. Prosecutors claim that when the trooper approached the car, he smelt alcohol and marijuana and spotted a marijuana pipe on Brzezicki’s lap.

According to the District Attorney’s Office, Brzezicki pled guilty to second-degree assault and driving under the influence of alcohol before State Supreme Court Justice Paul Wojtaszek on Monday. On July 7, he will be sentenced.

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