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Police Report, Feb. 22

Friday, Feb. 9

Boston – A caller reported a pick-up truck hit a utility pole on Cole Road and they did not see a driver. The utility pole was snapped and NYSEG was notified. Patrol was able to track down the operator who stated he had gotten a ride home, had a couple of beers and then called 911. He was issued two tickets including one for leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

Concord – A walk-in at the ECSO substation reported his computer was taken over by hackers in November. They apparently used it to purchase electronic gift cards that were sent to the complainant’s email address.

Concord – A vehicle went off the roadway on Genesee Road and hit a utility pole. No damage was apparent to the pole. A tow for the vehicle was called.

Springville – A vehicle off the roadway on the southbound 219 Expressway led to the arrest of the driver, Kendell Cole, 34, of Chicago, who was wanted on an outstanding warrant from Cook County Sheriff’s Office (Illinois). He was taken to the Holding Center pending extradition.

 

Saturday, Feb. 10

Boston – An intoxicated male was reported on Zimmerman Road. Patrol checked the area with negative results. He was located a short time later on Boston State Road and was turned over to a family member.

Boston – The ECSO Snowmobile Unit investigated an injury accident involving a snowmobiler that was hit by a vehicle on Boston Colden Road. The driver of the sled was taken to the hospital for treatment of a leg injury.

Concord – David J. Haettich, 57, of Springville was charged with DWI and a lighting defect violation following a traffic stop on West Main Street. His BAC was reported to be .13 percent. He was released to a third party.

Sardinia – A vehicle stopped for violations on Olean Road resulted in the arrest of the operator, Nicholas P. Serio, 55, of Cheektowaga, after ECSO deputies determined that he was driving while intoxicated. His BAC was reported to be .13 percent. Serio was ticketed and released to a third party.

Sardinia – A vehicle that went off the roadway on Creek Road near Pratham was pulled out. No injuries were reported.

 

Sunday, Feb. 11

Sardinia – Patrol investigated a two-car injury accident on Genesee Road. Several occupants were taken to the hospital for treatment.

Springville – The parties involved in an accident in the Walmart parking lot were said to be having words with each other. No damage was observed to either vehicle and an information exchange was provided to each driver.

 

Monday, Feb. 12

Boston – At approximately 2:35 p.m., Brian Parkhill, 31, of Boston was charged with UPM, operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08 percent or higher: first offense and DWI: previous conviction within the last 10 years while on Rice Road/Route 219. He was issued an appearance ticket.  

Concord – A vehicle stopped on West Main Street resulted in the arrest of both the driver and one of the passengers. Justin N. Zamito, 19, of Buffalo, the driver, was found to be driving with a suspended non-driver ID only. He was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $250 bail. The passenger, Kirstie Stautzenberger, 23, of Dayton, was found to be in possession of marijuana and unspecified narcotics. She was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $500 bail.

Springville – Patrol stood by on South Cascade Drive while a vehicle was removed from a ditch after going off the roadway.

 

Tuesday, Feb. 13

Boston – Patrol investigated a property damage accident on Boston State Road in which a vehicle rear-ended another vehicle that was stopped at a red light. No injuries were reported and damage was said to be minor.

Springville – Patrol responded to the emergency room at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital for an agitated patient.

 

Wednesday, Feb. 14

Concord – A person who allegedly stole an item from Southtowns Antiques in December returned to the store on this date and paid for the item. He was advised he was no longer welcome.

East Otto – At approximately 10 a.m., the CCSO reports taking Benjamin C. Lingenfelter, 28, of East Otto, into custody on a warrant of arrest out of Cattaraugus County Family Court. Lingenfelter was processed, arraigned and held without bail to be returned to Family Court Feb. 15.

Springville – Brandon C. Cole, 32, of Franklinville was charged with AUO in the third second degree following a traffic stop on West Main Street.

Springville – A caller reported her vehicle was hit by an unknown vehicle while it was parked at the Auction. Minor damage to the rear bumper was reported.

 

Thursday, Feb. 15

Boston – At approximately 8:45 p.m., Justin E. Skinner, 31, of Buffalo was charged with DWI: first offense, drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle on a highway and no/insufficient tail lamps while on Boston Colden Road. He was released to a third party.

 

Friday, Feb. 16

Otto – The CCSO arrested Scott A. Kelly, 38, of Ellicottville on charges they say stem from a domestic incident. Kelly was charged with two counts of criminal mischief in the second degree, reckless endangerment and multiple vehicle and traffic law violations. He was arraigned in the Town of Ellicottville for the charges from the towns of Otto and Ellicottville.  Kelly was remanded to Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $2,000 cash or $5,000 bail bond for each township.

 

Sunday, Feb. 18

Yorkshire – Ian P. Collins-Klein, 22, of West Falls was charged with UPM and a seat belt violation at approximately 2:58 p.m. on West Yorkshire Road. He was issued an appearance ticket.

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