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Police Reports, Aug. 31

Friday, Aug. 18

Sardinia – A caller reported three unauthorized transactions on her credit card, totaling $1,520.30 that were made in Farmingham, Mass. The bank canceled her credit card and she was issued a new one.

Sardinia – A caller reported a male individual was shooting a gun at a residence on Allen Road. State Police subsequently charged the male with violation of the Environmental Conservation Law for discharging a firearm within 500 feet of an adjoining residence.

Sardinia – Abigail L. Mayes, 34, of East Concord, Dale M. Reynolds, 27, of Holland and Raymond F. Wilson, 37, of East Concord were all charged with illegal discharge of a firearm on Allen Road at approximately 7 p.m. following a noise complaint. All were issued an appearance ticket.

 

Saturday, Aug. 19

Sardinia – A female driver traveling in excess of 100 mph on Olean Road was stopped by patrol. She allegedly stated she was en route to a medical emergency in the City of Buffalo.

Sardinia – A traffic stop on Olean Road resulted in the arrest of the driver, Alan E. Michaletz, 45, of Sardinia, after it was discovered that his driver’s license was suspended. He was charged with AUO in the third degree and was released. A licensed operator took charge of his vehicle.

 

Monday, Aug. 21

Sardinia – A female driver eastbound on Route 39 was observed with an open beer container and a child in the backseat. The WCSO was notified as the vehicle crossed into their jurisdiction.

 

Friday, Aug. 25

Boston – Brianna L. Saylor, 19, of Bradford, Pa. was charged with UPM and speeding on Route 219. She was issued an appearance ticket.

 

Sunday, Aug.  27

Arcade – An LPR hit on Main Street resulted in the driver, Robert J. Soboleski, 62, of Springville, being charged with driving with a suspended registration, around 4:40 p.m. Reportedly, the vehicle was showing one active suspension due to an insurance lapse. Soboleski was processed and released on his own recognizance. He is to appear in court on Sept. 21.

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