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Police Report, July 19, 2018

Friday, July 6

Sardinia – A traffic stop on Savage Road resulted in issues for both the driver and passengers. The driver, Phillip Goodwill, 35, of Salamanca, was found to be driving with a suspended driver’s license and 13 active suspensions. He was charged with AUO in the second degree. In addition, he was also found to be in possession of a crack pipe, as were two of his passengers, Travis A. Ginnery, 26, of Great Valley and Roseanne Burrell, 39, of Franklinville. All three were charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree and were taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $500 bail.

 

Saturday, July 7

Boston – A customer at Tim Horton’s on Boston State Road was said to be causing a “ruckus” and making nasty comments to the staff. Police made contact with the male who was trying to modify his order due to a food allergy. He stated he has done this before at various locations including this one. The manager stated it is store policy that breakfast sandwich deals cannot be modified, and in fact, the Tim Horton’s allergen chart recommends people with food allergies not consume their products as they cannot guarantee the products have not come into contact with any type of allergens. The male stated he would contact the corporate offices to register his dissatisfaction.

Colden – A homeowner reported their lawnmower ran out of gas, and when they attempted to restart it after filling it up, the lawnmower burst into flames. No injuries were reported and the fire department did respond.

 

Sunday, July 8

Concord – The ECSO Fire Investigation Unit was called to the scene of a shed fire on Genesee Road. The shed, deemed a total loss, may have started on fire from fireworks debris or an ember from a nearby campfire.

Sardinia – A motorcyclist, who was charged with having an uninspected vehicle and forged inspection sticker following a traffic stop on Olean Road, was said to be very agitated with police. He was advised it was a matter for the court to decide.

 

Monday, July  9

Sardinia – Two motorcyclists who dumped their bikes on Allen Road suffered minor injuries. One of the drivers was taken to the hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries while the other signed off with EMS personnel.

 

Tuesday, July 10

Boston – A tractor caught fire in a hay field on Zimmerman Road. Boston and Eden fire companies extinguished the fire; the tractor was deemed a total loss.

Concord – A couple returned to their Sharp Street home from vacation to find a note on the door from their tenant, that she had entered their home through an unlocked window while they were away and took two bottles of Xanax. As a result, Michelle C. Reukauf, 36, of Concord, was charged with burglary in the second degree as well as petit larceny. She was taken to the Holding Center pending arraignment.

Springville – A vehicle stopped for a lighting defect on the southbound 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of the driver, George W. Foster, 58, of Little Valley, who was found to be driving with a suspended non-driver ID only with 10 active suspensions. He was charged with AUO in the second degree and was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $250.

 

Wednesday, July 11

Colden – The fire department responded to a grass fire on Heath Road on vacant property near Colden Lakes.

Sardinia – Employees at a motel on Olean Road reported that two tenants who had been staying there for over a year moved out without paying. They were advised on how to proceed with a civil suit.

 

Thursday, July 12

Arcade – George R. Schulze, 56, of West Valley was charged with displayed forged certificate of inspection, uninspected motor vehicle and consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle following a traffic stop on Route 98 in which he was found to have a forged certificate of inspection on his windshield after being stopped for an expired certificate of inspection, according to police. The WCSO also reports Schulze was found to be drinking a beer while driving. He was released from the scene and is to appear in court on Aug. 9.

Boston – Kyle J. Gibbon, 22, of Lackawanna was charged with UPM and drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle on a highway at 8 p.m. while on Zimmerman Road. He was issued an appearance ticket.

Boston – A homeowner on Liebler Road reported a “cute, cuddly raccoon” was close to their house and was eating grass. They were advised to douse the animal with water if it came too close.

Concord – Aidan Madore, 28, of East Concord was charged with UPM, AUO in the third degree and a speed violation: speed in the zone at approximately 4 p.m. while on Route 240. He was issued an appearance ticket.

Springville – The ECSO assisted with the Kids League Truck Day at the League for the Handicapped.

Springville – Police investigated a car versus bicycle accident on East Main Street. No injuries were reported. The driver of the vehicle was ticketed for failing to yield the right-of-way.

 

Friday, July 13

Boston – Damian M. Wolfe, 24, of Buffalo was charged with UPM at approximately 8:31 p.m. on the 219 Expressway. He was issued an appearance ticket.

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