Friday, March 10
Boston— Timothy E. Schuler, 47, of Cheektowaga was charged with criminal trespass in the third degree and criminal mischief in the fourth degree after he was allegedly was found sleeping on a second floor couch at a Boston State Road residence. Pry marks were discovered on an entry door as well as a smashed window. He was taken to the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment. Additionally, he had an outstanding warrant from the Town of Cheektowaga.
Sunday, March 12
Concord— An intoxicated 23-year-old male was taken to the hospital due to a high blood alcohol reading. Police reports indicate the situation as “unwelcome guest,” no other information is available.
Tuesday, March 14
Colden— A caller reported that a group of kids were trying to throw a couch over the bridge into the creek on Holland Glenwood Road. The kids were actually taking it to their treehouse.
Wednesday, March 15
Boston— Erie County Sheriff’s Fire Investigators were called to the scene of a residential fire on Hunn Road that apparently started in the ceiling near a wood stove.
Thursday, March 16
Concord— A caller on Collins Springville Road reported that an unknown male came to her door and asked for a bottle of Dawn dishwashing soap. The male then left in a van that was occupied by a female and two other males. Police was unable to locate the vehicle.
Concord— A routine traffic stop on the 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of the driver, Rochelle L. Dunkleman, 28, of Little Valley, who was driving with a suspended driver’s license and registration. She was also found to be in possession of a quantity of heroin. Dunkleman was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, criminally possessing a hypodermic instrument, AUO in the third degree, and operating with a suspended registration. She was taken to the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment.
Saturday, March 25
Collins – Zachariah Fasso, 26, of Gowanda, was stopped in the town of Collins by Erie County Sheriff’s deputies. During the deputies’ investigation, Fasso volunteered that there was crack cocaine in the vehicle. The deputies located the crack and a pipe and charged Fasso and his passenger, Emily Sternisha, 20, also of Gowanda, with criminal possession of a controlled substance. Both defendants were transported to the Erie County Holding Center, where Fasso posted $2,000 bail and Sternish was released on her own recognizance following an arraignment hearing.
Sardinia– John Harrigan, 27, of Delevan was stopped on Middle Road by an Erie County Sheriff’s deputy for a vehicle and traffic violation. The deputies investigation discovered a bag of marijuana, a glass pipe containing marijuana and a straw containing white powder residue. Harrigan was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana. He was released on appearance
Sunday, March 26
Concord– A routine traffic stop on Route 219 resulted in the arrest of Ashley Oakes, 22, of Little Valley and Rochelle Dunkleman, 28, also of Little Valley. A quantity of heroin was found in the vehicle, driven by Oakes. Both Oakes and Dunkleman were charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance and a count of criminal use of drug paraphernalia. Both subjects were released on appearance tickets. Dunkleman was currently awaiting a court date for a drug related arrest in the Town of Concord on March 17.
Monday, March 27
Boston – Jacob Walker, 36, of Sardinia, was stopped on Route 219 after an Erie County Sheriff’s deputy observed vehicle and traffic violations. Additional deputies arrived and during their investigation of the driver, drug paraphernalia was observed in plain view. Walker and his passenger, Luis Lanzo, 23, of Buffalo, were asked to exit the vehicle and the subsequent search discovered several needles and an amount of cocaine. Walker was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal use of drug paraphernalia, possession of a hypodermic instrument and a vehicle and traffic violation. Lanzo was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal use of drug paraphernalia. Both defendants were taken to the Erie County Holding Center and later released.