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Police Report, Nov. 23

Friday. Nov. 3

Concord – A traffic stop on North Street resulted in the arrest of Benjamin J. Roblee, 37, of West Valley after it was discovered that he had a revoked non-driver’s ID only. The vehicle was turned over to the registered owner. Roblee was ticketed and released.

Springville – A vehicle stopped for a lighting defect resulted in the arrest of the driver, Paul J. Benz, 36, of Concord, after it was discovered his driver’s license was suspended. He was charged with AUO in the third degree and was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $250 bail.

Springville – Four kids were said to be shooting BB guns at cars on West Main Street. A house was also struck. Patrol located the youths and confiscated the four Airsoft/BB guns. The parents of the kids were contacted and advised of their activity as well as how to retrieve the confiscated items. The homeowner did not wish to press charges at this time.

 

Saturday, Nov. 4

Boston – A traffic stop on the 219 Expressway resulted in multiple issues for the driver, Michael A. West, 37, of Friendship. West was charged with false personation and AUO in the second degree. Reportedly, West, after providing false identification information, was found to have a revoked non-driver ID only with 14 current suspensions. West was also found to be the subject of an active violation of probation warrant from Harrisburg, Pa. He was taken to the Holding Center in Buffalo.

Concord – The investigation of a car versus utility pole injury accident on Crump Road led to the arrest of the driver, Joshua A. Sprague, 29, of Springville, who was charged with aggravated DWI. He was found to only possess a non-driver ID, which was revoked due to a prior driving while impaired. Sprague’s BAC was reported as .21 percent. He was also charged with AUO in the first degree and five other vehicle and traffic violations. He was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $750 bail.

Springville – David J. Parkhurst, 21, of Machias was charged with AUO after a traffic stop on South Cascade Drive revealed that his driver’s license was suspended. He was released to a family member.

 

Sunday, Nov. 5

Boston – A vehicle apparently hydroplaned into the guardrail on the northbound 219 Expressway. No injuries were reported. The female driver was ticketed. A male passenger, Justin C. Bailey, 21, of Buffalo, was charged with UPM and was released on an appearance ticket. The vehicle was towed.

Boston – ECSO Fire Investigators were called to the scene of a residential fire on Pfarner Road. The home was said to be a total loss and an excavator was needed to help extinguish the blaze. The homeowner had reported that he saw a four wheeler parked behind the house as well as a small storage shed on fire prior to the home becoming involved. A lightning strike may have started the fire but investigators will confirm with the National Weather Service.

Concord – The ECSO is investigating a burglary that occurred at Southtown’s Antiques. Reportedly, entry was made by smashing a front door. A cash register containing approximately $70 was reported missing.

Concord – A caller on Vaughn Street reported that his tires were slashed sometime overnight. They were valued at approximately $400.

 

Monday, Nov. 6

Concord – A caller on Abbott Hill Road reported that three large pigs were in her backyard causing damage. The DCO was notified and the owner rounded up the pigs.

 

Tuesday, Nov. 7

Springville – Christian M. Burdic, 18, of Ashford was charged with AUO in the third degree as well as UPM following a traffic stop on South Buffalo Street. He was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $250 bail.

 

Wednesday, Nov. 8

Concord – The ECSO investigated a property damage accident involving an empty school bus and a pickup truck on North Street. No injuries were reported but the truck did have to be towed.

Concord – The ECSO is investigating the theft of a rifle and two shotguns from a residence on Warner Gulf Road.

Yorkshire – John W. Herr, 66, of Buffalo was charged with aggravated DWI following a traffic stop on Route 16 for erratic operation at approximately 10:34 p.m. During the interview, the odor of an alcoholic beverage was present and Herr was given standard field sobriety tests, which he reportedly failed. He was then taken to the Machias Barracks for processing where he recorded a .19 percent BAC. Herr was ticketed and released to appear in court at a later date.



Thursday, Nov. 9

Boston – David P. Seider, 54, of Springville was charged with DWI: first offense, operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08 percent or higher and an equipment violation: headlights at approximately 10:10 p.m. on Route 391. Seider was issued an appearance ticket.

Boston – A traffic stop on the 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of Jessica L. Connor, 40, of Buffalo, who was found to be in possession of Oxycontin and a plastic baggie containing an unknown white substance believed to be Hydrocodone. It was also discovered that her driver’s license was suspended. Connor was charged with AUO in the second degree, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, a public health law violation and a vehicle and traffic violation. She was released on an appearance ticket.

Springville – A female walking through the parking lot of Moore Road Construction was struck in the head by a power line after a dump truck with a box up struck the line that crosses Nason Boulevard to the building. The female was taken to the hospital for treatment of abrasions and lacerations. The ECSO Crash Investigation Unit responded to the scene.

 

Friday, Nov. 10

Boston – Jordan M. Fallon, 24, of Springville was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant from the City of Lackawanna following a traffic stop on Lower East Hill Road. Fallon was turned over to Lackawanna PD. The vehicle was turned over to a licensed driver.

Sardinia – Patrol investigated a two-car property damage accident on Genesee Road in which one vehicle rear-ended the other. No injuries were reported and the striking vehicle had to be towed. That driver was cited for following too closely.

Springville – Lisa M. Fornes, 38, of Springville was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant from the Town of Hamburg. She was turned over to Hamburg PD.

 

Saturday, Nov.  11

Boston – A traffic stop on the 219 Expressway resulted in the arrests of both occupants. The driver, Michelle L. Miller, 34, of Salamanca, was charged with AUO in the third degree for operating with a suspended driver’s license as well as a vehicle with a suspended registration. Miller was ticketed and released. A passenger, Brandon T. White, 35, of Buffalo, was found to be the subject of three outstanding bench warrants, two from Tonawanda PD and one from Buffalo PD, after initially providing patrol with incorrect ID information. White was also found to be in possession of marijuana. White was charged with false personation, obstructing governmental administration in the second degree and UPM. He was taken to the Holding Center in Buffalo pending arraignment.

Concord – While investigating a car off the roadway on the southbound 219 Expressway, police ended up arresting the driver, Damian J. Chapman, 28, of Springville, who was charged with DWI and moving from lane unsafely. His BAC was reported to be .16 percent. Chapman was released to a third party.

Concord – A vehicle stopped for 95/65 mph zone on the northbound Route 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of Victor Zelenov, 59, of Orchard Park who was found to be driving while intoxicated. His BAC was reported to be .21 percent. Zelenov was also found to possess a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle and was charged with a violation of the Environmental Conservation Law. He was taken to the Holding Center pending arraignment.

 

Monday, Nov. 13

Sardinia – Patrol investigated a minor pushing/shoving match between two males at the Sardinia Town Hall following a baseball board meeting. One of the males was escorted out of the building and left. Neither party filed charges.

Yorkshire – Chester Piwowarczyk, 18, of Springville was arraigned and entered a plea of not guilty to an indictment that charges him with seven counts of burglary in the third degree, six counts of petit larceny, six counts of criminal possession of stolen property and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. The incidents occurred on or about and during August of this year when the defendant allegedly knowingly entered unlawfully in a building with intent to commit a crime therein, damaged property of another person, stole property and knowingly acted in a manner likely to be injurious to the physical, mental or moral welfare of a child less than 17-years-old. The case has been adjourned for motions.

 

Wednesday, Nov. 15

Springville – Alexa K. McGowan, 27, of Lancaster was charged with aggravated DWI following a traffic stop at the Country Fair. Her BAC was reported to be .19 percent. She was issued four tickets and was released to a third party following processing at the Springville substation.

Springville – A traffic stop on South Cascade Drive resulted in the arrest of the driver, Alan R. Przywara, 46, of West Valley, after it was discovered the vehicle’s registration was suspended. He was ticketed and the vehicle was towed.

 

Thursday, Nov. 16

Boston – Erie County Sheriff’s deputies investigating a two-car accident on Heinrich Road ended up arresting one of the drivers, Walter J. Stoj, 72, of Orchard Park. Stoj was charged with DWI. His BAC was reported to be .14 percent. Stoj’s license was suspended for a prior alcohol violation. He was additionally charged with AUO in the first degree and eight uniform traffic tickets. He was taken to the Holding Center in Buffalo in lieu of $500 bail.

 

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