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Police Report, May 31, 2018

Friday, May 18

Springville – An ECSO’s marked patrol vehicle hit a deer on the southbound 219 Expressway causing the airbag to deploy. The deputy suffered a minor injury from the airbag deployment but was able to remain on-duty after signing off with first aid personnel. The vehicle was towed.

 

Saturday, May 19

Boston – Patrols responded to a report of a vehicle rollover on the northbound 219 Expressway. ECSO deputies eventually determined that the driver, Matthew J. Berger, 36, of Buffalo, had been driving while intoxicated. Subsequently, he was arrested at ECMC at which time he reportedly refused to submit to a chemical test. Berger was ticketed and released.

Boston – A driver hit a deer on the northbound 219 Expressway causing the deer to crash through the windshield. The driver suffered minor injuries. He said he would seek medical attention on his own.

 

Sunday, May 20

Boston – A complaint of a vehicle all over the road on the southbound 219 Expressway led to the arrest of the driver, Anthony M. Gryczkowski Jr., 42, of Delevan after an ECSO Drug Recognition Expert determined that he had been driving while ability impaired by drugs. He did submit to a blood test. In addition, Gryczkowski was found to be in possession of heroin and was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree. He was ticketed, released and is to appear in court at a later date.  

Springville – A traffic stop on the southbound 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of the driver, Darryl J. Prude, 56, of Buffalo, who was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree after he was reportedly found with crack cocaine and a crack pipe. He was released on an appearance ticket.

Springville – Hugh D. Smith, 46, of Springville was charged with AUO in the second degree following a traffic stop on Waverly Street after it was discovered he had a revoked non-driver ID only with several suspensions. He was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $250 bail.

 

Tuesday, May 22

Concord – A traffic stop on Creek Road resulted in the arrest of the driver, Matthew M. Milks, 24, of Franklinville, who was found to be driving with a revoked non-driver ID only that was suspended as well. Milks was charged with DWI and AUO in the first degree as well as four other violations of the vehicle and traffic law. He was also found to be in possession of marijuana and was charged with UPM. Milks was taken to the Holding Center pending arraignment.

Concord – Keith M. Jirak, 24, of Chaffee, was charged with DWI as well as three other vehicle and traffic law violations following a traffic stop on Genesee Road. Jirak was released to a third party.

 

Wednesday, May 23

Springville – A report of juveniles hanging out behind the school on Franklin Street led to the arrest of a 17-year-old male who was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, criminally using drug paraphernalia in the second degree and UPM. The male was released on an appearance ticket.

 

Thursday, May 24

Springville – A motorcycle tipped over pinning a male individual against a tree on Mill Street. EMS personnel were dispatched as the male’s leg was wedged underneath the bike.

 

Saturday, May 26

East Otto – Jennifer K. Pierce, 30, of Salamanca was arrested on an arrest warrant for criminal contempt in the first degree out of the Town of East Otto Court. She was taken into custody at the Allegany WalMart parking lot and was arraigned and remanded to Cattaraugus County Jail on bail. Pierce is to return to court at a later date.

 

Sunday, May 27

Boston – At approximately 9:21 p.m. on Ward Road, Christopher J. Ferry, 54, of Boston was charged with failure to keep right, crossing road hazard markings, DWI: first offense and operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08 of 1 percent. He was released to a third party.

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