Tuesday, Dec. 12
Boston – Patrols were reportedly kept busy responding to a half-dozen reports of accidents/vehicles off the roadway on the 219 Expressway. No injuries were reported.
Boston – A tow truck that was attempting to winch a vehicle out of a ditch on Lower East Hill Road was then struck by another vehicle. No injuries were reported and all vehicles were drivable.
Concord – A vehicle rear-ended a NYSDOT Highway plow on Springville Collins Road. The driver of the vehicle that struck the plow suffered a broken wrist and was taken to the hospital.
Sardinia – A passing driver on Route 39 reported a fence was down and several cows were loose and getting close to the roadway. Patrol arrived and all the cows were contained.
Sardinia – A caller reported a chicken on Olean Road near Route 39 looked like he might cross to the other side.
Springville – A truck hauling a trailer containing a Bobcat went off the roadway on the 219 Expressway and overturned in a ditch. Patrols stood by for traffic control as a heavy wrecker removed the truck/trailer.
Wednesday, Dec. 13
Boston – Emily M. Bernard, 19, of Boston was charged with disorderly conduct at approximately 11:35 p.m. She was issued an appearance ticket.
Springville – The driver of a vehicle that struck an Erie County Highway plow truck was taken to the hospital for treatment of a head laceration. The ECSO Crash Investigators are following up.
Thursday, Dec. 14
Boston – A caller on Boston State Road reported an unknown vehicle was racing through the trailer park and hit her mailbox.
Springville – A subject doing donuts in the Tim Hortons parking lot on South Cascade Drive ended up striking another vehicle and left the scene. The caller and subject did make contact with each other 10 minutes later and declined any further assistance from patrol.
Springville – Patrol took a report for a missing sandbag weight that was taken from the loading dock of the Springville Post Office.
Springville – A caller on North Buffalo Street reported he was missing O2 sensors and the catalytic converter from his Dodge pickup truck that was parked at the apartment complex. There were no signs of tampering in the snow.
Saturday, Dec. 16
Boston – A 16-year-old male individual from Boston was charged with criminal mischief in the second degree at approximately 8:40 p.m. NSYP reports he was released on his own recognizance.
Monday, Dec. 18
Ashford – Gerald R. Nason of West Valley pled guilty to attempted criminal trespass in the second degree, a class B misdemeanor. The incident occurred on or about July 6 of this year when Nason knowingly attempted to enter unlawfully in a dwelling. Further, Nason was sentenced to a term of a one year conditional discharge for his conviction.