Friday, July 21
Colden – A vehicle sustained minor damage to the passenger side after hitting a deer on Glenwood Road. No injuries were reported and the vehicle was drivable. The deer was nowhere to be found.
Concord – A vehicle stopped for an inspection violation resulted in the arrest of Nicholas G. Dominessy, 25, of West Valley, who was charged with criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree, a misdemeanor. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Sardinia – A caller reported hearing what sounded like gunshots at 10:30 p.m. somewhere on South Protection Road. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
Springville – A vehicle stopped for passing at a red light on West Main Street resulted in the arrest of the driver, Daniel C. Avayou, 52, of Ashford, who was found to be in possession of a quantity of marijuana. Avayou was charged with UPM. He also had an outstanding warrant from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. He was transported to the Holding Center in lieu of $100 bail on the possession charge and held on the outstanding warrant.
Saturday, July 22
Concord – Several kids riding their bikes in Sprague Brook Park reported a male threatened to shoot them and was driving at a high rate of speed. Patrol located the vehicle at a residence on Route 240. The male denied the allegations and stated he was having an on-going issue with kids trespassing on his property, throwing rocks, pushing down dead trees, photographing him and harassing him. Patrol checked the area for the kids with negative results.
Springville – William G. Church, 30, was turned over to Erie County Sheriff’s deputies by the Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office on an outstanding warrant from the Town of Sardinia. He was taken to the Holding Center.
Springville – Kevin M. Degener, 26, of Lackawanna, was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant from the Town of Concord for numerous vehicle and traffic violation charges after being stopped by Allegany State Park Police and turned over to Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s deputies. He was taken to the Holding Center pending arraignment.
Sunday, July 23
Sardinia – A caller reported hearing loud explosions coming from a party that had been going on all night at a house on Miller Avenue. Patrol checked with the partygoers who denied they were the cause of the explosions but did state they had heard them too.
Monday, July 24
Boston – A caller reported an unknown person threw a rock through a custom window, breaking it. No damage estimate was given in the report.
Concord – A caller reported hearing loud noises outside his house on Vaughn Street. When he went outside to investigate, he discovered unknown person(s) had egged his house. No damage was reported.
Springville – A vehicle stopped for an equipment violation resulted in the arrest of Nathaniel R. Horn, 19, of East Otto, whose driver’s license was suspended, according to the ECSO. Horn was charged with AUO in the third degree as well as two other violations and was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $150 bail.
Thursday, July 27
Boston – A caller reported hot rods were racing up and down the street on West Tillen Road. This was an on-going problem according to the caller. No violations were observed by patrol.
Sardinia – A young injured fox was said to be on the side of the road near Olean Road. Patrol was unable to determine if the fox was injured or diseased. DEC officials recommend leaving injured or abandoned animals alone.
Monday, July 31
Machias – Hugh Smith, 45, of Springville, was sentenced to time served for his conviction of DWI, a class D felony, and AUO in the second degree, a class A misdemeanor. The incident occurred on or about Dec. 17, 2016 when Smith drove a motor vehicle on a public highway at a time when he had a .08 percent BAC, and when he knew, or had reason to know, that his license or privilege of operating a motor vehicle was suspended or revoked as a result of an alcohol related offense.
Yorkshire – Christopher Tomasik, 39, of Springville, was sentenced to five years probation for his conviction of disseminating indecent materials to a minor in the second degree, a class E felony, and endangering the welfare of a child, a class A misdemeanor. The incident occurred on or about Jan. 1, 2016, when Tomasik, with knowledge of it’s character and content, sent an image of a person or portion of the human body depicting nudity, sexual conduct or sadomasochistic abuse and which is likely to be injurious to the physical, mental or moral welfare of a child less than 17-years-old.