New York State Police say three people have been arrested trying to gain access to the site where a commuter plane crashed in Clarence, killing 50 people.
Nineteen-year-old Thomas Woodman, of Clarence, was charged with trespassing Friday after troopers found him inside the restricted area, hiding behind a home and videotaping the crash site.
Sixty-three-year-old Paul R. Brenton, of Clarence, was arrested after allegedly trying to gain access to the area and then threatening a police officer. Police say he was intoxicated.
Fifty-one-year-old Donald Krawczyk, of Clarence, was charged with drunken driving after approaching a roadblock.