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After Losing Game, Team Loses Bus

10 February 2017

However for as much as the team has struggled, there have been some bright spots.

No, really, this happened Wednesday night.

Edmister was transported to a jail in Cattaraugus County, New York, while police brought the bus back to St. Bonaventure. Ramsey was tweeting before the game that the bus driver could not even find the campus. Not the best way to spend a Wednesday night in NY.

O'Callaghan said state troopers found Edmister and the missing bus with the help of GPS-equipped items that had been left on board.

The bus was eventually stopped roughly 30 miles away, and the driver was arrested for DWI.

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On February 8, 2017 at 10:47 p.m., Troopers arrested Linda L. Edmister, 56 of Gasport, NY, for Driving While Intoxicated-Commercial Motor Vehicle.

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Using a Global Positioning System on a device that was left on the bus, Troopers were able to track the vehicle and stop it 35 miles away from St. Bonaventure. Edmister was arrested and transported back to SP Olean and processed.

New York State Police Trooper James O'Callaghan said he didn't think Edmister was drunk when she drove the team to the game.

New York State Police say the Saint Louis Billikens walked out of the arena in St. Bonaventure following their 70-55 Wednesday night loss to the Bonnies, and their bus was gone.