Friday, Jan. 26
Concord – A town employee discovered several large contractor bags of trash
that had been disposed of on town property. The DEC was also notified.
Sardinia – Arcade Electric was notified for a power line down at a residence on
Olean Road. The residence was without power.
Sardinia – Patrol investigated a two-car injury accident on Olean Road near Allen
Road. One of the drivers was taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries from
the airbag deployment.
Springville – Jingsen Xu, 22, of Amherst was found to be driving with a
suspended permit only following a traffic stop on the 219 Expressway. Xu was
charged with AUO in the third degree, unlicensed operation, and one other
vehicle and traffic violation. Xu was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $250
Sunday, Jan. 28
Boston – A report of a vehicle all over the road on the southbound 219
Expressway led to the arrest of the operator, Pamela Widger, 44, of Lancaster,
who was charged with DWI following a traffic stop by ECSO deputies. Widger’s
BAC was reported to be .13 percent. She was issued four tickets and was
released to a third party.
Concord – A furnace blew up at a residence on Mill Street. Everyone was evacuated
from the house as smoke, but no flames, were seen. The damage was confined
to the furnace.
Springville – Kaylee A. Almeida, 21, of Orchard Park, a passenger in a vehicle
that was stopped on West Main Street, was charged with UPM following a K-9
indication. She was released on an appearance ticket.
Monday, Jan. 29
Boston – A vehicle on Boston State Road was said to be all over the roadway
and at one point it drove across a lawn. The vehicle pulled into a driveway but
then had difficulty backing out. The vehicle then continued northbound and kept
turning on/off its signals but did not make a turn. The vehicle was located and it
turned out to be an elderly driver.
Concord – A vehicle stopped on Genesee Road resulted in the arrest of Matthew Solari, 21, of Sardinia who was found to be in possession of marijuana. He
was released on an appearance ticket.
Sardinia – A passing motorist reported some loose cows in the roadway on Route 39. The cows returned to a field a short time later.
Springville – A male individual slipped and fell on ice near Bertrand Chaffee
Hospital. The male walked to the Erie County Sheriff’s Substation and requested
patrol call an ambulance for him. The male was taken to Bertrand Chaffee
Springville – Charles E. Doty, 64, of Springville was charged with AUO in the
third degree, operating a vehicle with a suspended registration, and one other
vehicle and traffic violation following a traffic stop on South Cascade Drive.
Tuesday, Jan. 30
Boston – An SUV was said to have gone airborne over a median on the
northbound 219 Expressway. The accident was apparently caused by the driver’s
reaction to a coyote in the roadway. No injuries were reported.
Colden – A caller reported that an overnight guest apparently took some
prescription medication from his home on Davis Road.
Colden – Patrol assisted State Police with a vehicle that rolled over into a ditch on
Thursday, Feb. 1
Sardinia – A passing motorist reported seeing vehicles and possibly people hiding
at an auto shop on Olean Road shortly after 3 a.m. Patrol checked the business
but did not see anything suspicious.
Springville – An accident on the 219 Expressway in which a vehicle struck a
section of wired guiderail was apparently caused by the driver using a snowbrush
trying to prevent his Chinese food from tipping over.
Friday, Feb. 2
Ashford – Connie M. Lipka, 60, of Ashford, was arrested on an arrest warrant by
the CCSO. She is accused of violating Agriculture and Market laws. Lipka
allegedly neglected to care for five goats on her property on Folts Road. The
CCSO reports that based on an investigation by the SPCA and the Sheriff’s
Office, Lipka is accused of failing to provide sufficient food, an abundant source
of clean water and sufficient shelter for these goats. She is also accused of
neglecting to seek necessary medical treatment for the goats. The animals were
surrendered and have been taken for evaluation and medical care. This
investigation has been ongoing since early January, according to the CCSO.
Many complaints were received by both the CCSO and SPCA regarding the care
of the animals.
Saturday, Feb. 3
Holland – At approximately 2:53 p.m., the Chaffee-Sardinia Fire Department
responded to a structure fire on Vermont Hill Road.