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Police Report: Sept. 13

Friday, Aug. 31

Boston – Patrols responded to a report of an underage drinking party at a residence on Hillcroft Drive. Police report 20-25 kids started to scatter when they arrived, which kept them busy for approximately 90 minutes. Several of the youths were released to their parents.

Springville – A caller reported her son was approached, after pumping gas at the Country Fair, by a male in a black Ford Fusion who asked if he could purchase the son’s soccer socks for $50. State Police are following up as they had another complaint earlier in the week involving a male in the same vehicle.

Springville – Jessica M. Gorton, 25, and Samantha J. Coleman, 24, both of Cattaraugus, were charged with petit larceny after allegedly taking items from Wal-Mart. They were both released on an appearance ticket.

 

Saturday, Sept. 1

Boston – A vehicle stopped for no license plate lamp led to the arrest of the driver, Medina L. Knox, 28, and a passenger, Kayauna C. Jackson, 23, both of Buffalo. Knox was found to be driving with a suspended driver’s license while Jackson was found to be in possession of a quantity of ecstasy and marijuana. Knox was charged with AUO in the third degree while Jackson was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree and UPM. Both subjects were released on appearance tickets.

 

Sunday, Sept. 2

Springville – Nicholas A. Petrotto, 35, of Buffalo was charged with AUO in the third degree following a traffic stop on West Main Street. Petrotto was ticketed and released.

 

Monday, Sept. 3

Boston – At approximately 6:25 p.m., Shawn Ofield, 47, of Boston, was charged with criminal contempt in the first degree: physical contact and harassment in the second degree: physical contact.

Boston – A caller reported a dog bit his wife while they were walking in the Town Park. The dog apparently went under a fence to get loose. The dog control officer responded to the scene. The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment of two puncture wounds.

Springville – Loss Prevention at Wal-Mart confronted two people attempting to take items. The persons dropped the items and left in a Chevrolet Trailblazer. The vehicle was located in North Collins and was stopped by a North Collins PD officer. A show-up was conducted and as a result, Anthony Riley, 49, of Cheektowaga, and Shawntae J. Lawson, 24, of Buffalo were charged with petit larceny and conspiracy in the sixth degree. They were released on appearance tickets.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 5

Concord – Police investigating the theft of a lamb roaster valued at $2,000 from a barn on Emerling Road subsequently arrested Nathan F. Croft, 25, of Perrysburg, charging him with grand larceny in the fourth degree, criminal possession of stolen property also in the fourth degree and criminal trespass in the third degree. While processing Croft, police reportedly discovered he was in possession of Alprazolam, a controlled substance not in its original container. He was additionally charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree and a public health law violation. He was taken to the Holding Center pending arraignment.

 

Thursday, Sept. 6

Colden – Kristen J. Torre, 44, of Glenwood was charged with failure to keep right: on a two-lane road, DWI: first offense and aggravated DWI at approximately 10:05 p.m. while on Holland Glenwood Road. Torre was released to a third party.

 

Sunday, Sept. 9

Arcade – Following a traffic stop initiated for a cell phone violation at approximately 3:57 p.m., driver Leetah Z. Stampone, 32, of Boston, was additionally charged with AUO in the third degree. She is to return to court on Oct. 11.

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