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Police Report, Aug. 2, 2018

Saturday, June 23

Concord – Jeremy R. Zabawa, 24, of Boston was charged with crossing road hazard markings, drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle on a highway and DWI – first offense while on Boston Springville Road south of Abbott Hill, according to NYSP. Zabawa was released to a third party.


Sunday, July 15

Colden – At approximately 1:15 a.m. on Crump Road, Justin E. Broeneman, 21, of Springville was charged with DWI – first offense, a speeding violation – imprudent speed, failure to use designated lane and moving from the lane unsafely, for an incident originally reported on July 14 at 11:01 a.m. He was released to a third party.


Friday, July 20

Colden – A walk-in at the ECSO substation reported someone took approximately $300 a few days earlier.

Springville – A traffic stop on Vaughn Street resulted in the arrest of David W. Smercak, 50, of Springville, who was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree as well as two vehicle and traffic law violations. He was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $500 bail. A passenger inside the vehicle, Simon E. Rice, 19, also of Springville, was charged with UPM and was released on an appearance ticket.

Springville – Two calls were received about a tenant’s loud music on Colonial Drive. The individual was advised.  


Saturday, July 21

Boston – A young child with a leg stuck in a bunk bed was freed by the fire department.

Springville – Four to five males were reported to be fighting in the Country Fair parking lot. One of the males broke a windshield on the vehicle they had all gotten out of. The males got back into the vehicle and left. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.


Sunday, July  22

Boston – A dump truck and trailer slid into a ditch on Burr Road as they were trying to unload an excavator. A heavy wrecker was called to remove the vehicle.

Sardinia – A male individual was said to be walking westbound on Route 39 wearing only a sports coat and underwear. Police checked the area for the man with negative results.


Monday, July 23

Boston – A driver was said to be agitated with patrol after receiving a summons following a traffic stop on Boston State Road shortly after midnight.

Boston – Several loose goats that had been in the roadway on Boston Cross Road were secured by a neighbor. The owner was advised.

Boston – Several callers reported seeing a bear in the area on Taylor Road.

Colden – A caller reported an unknown person made an unauthorized charge on her credit card at in the amount of $349.01. The item was then shipped to a store in Arizona.

Sardinia – A dump truck raising its bed at Waste Management sunk into soft ground and rolled over. The operator suffered a leg injury and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Springville – A Snapchat story live video reportedly showed two males on the roof of the High School screaming and throwing beer cans among other things. Police checked the school and found nothing amiss. Police also checked the other schools in the Springville area.


Wednesday, July 25

Springville – A traffic stop on the southbound 219 Expressway resulted in issues for both occupants. Nichole A. Dial, 36, of Bradford, Pa. was found to have suspended driving privileges in New York for failure to answer a summons. She was ticketed and given a courtesy ride to the Country Fair. A passenger, Ivan C. Williams, 33, also of Bradford, Pa. reportedly initially gave ECSO deputies false identifying information. He was found to have an active parole violation warrant out of Pennsylvania. Additionally, he was reportedly found to be in possession of cocaine. He was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree as well as false personation. Williams was taken to the Holding Center pending arraignment. The vehicle was towed.


Friday, July 27

Boston – At approximately 9:15 a.m., Nathan E. Engler, 36, of Concord, was charged with petit larceny for an incident originally reported on June 2 of this year. He was issued an appearance ticket.


Saturday, July 28

Boston – At approximately 10:25 p.m. on the 219 Expressway, Michael L. Hubbard, 46, of West Seneca, was charged with failure to keep right – on a two lane road, moving from the lane unsafely, failure to use designated lane, crossing road hazard markings, DWI – first offense and aggravated DWI.  Hubbard was released to a third party.


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