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Police Reports, May 24, 2018

Friday, May 11

Springville – A traffic stop on West Main Street resulted in the arrest of one of the passengers, Robert F. Oberst, 34, of Franklinville, after he was found to be in possession of hydrocodone. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree as well as a public health law violation. Oberst was ticketed and released.

 

Saturday, May 12

Springville – A vehicle stopped for speeding on the southbound 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of the driver, Lamont Parker, 39, of Buffalo, after he was found to be in possession of marijuana and driving with a non-driver ID only. He was ticketed and released.

Springville – A caller on Woodward Avenue reported his vehicle was sideswiped sometime overnight and a side-view mirror was left at the scene. The caller saw a neighbor’s vehicle that was missing a side-view mirror, and after “Googling” the part number, determined it was from the same type of vehicle. Information was exchanged between the two parties.

 

Sunday, May 13

Boston – A motorcyclist who lost control of his bike on the gravel on Rice Road and put it down was taken to the hospital for treatment of “road rash.”

Colden – Sean N. Tamraz, 30, of Colden was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration following a traffic stop on State Road. He was ticketed and released.

 

Monday, May 14

Springville – Nicholas P. Halftown, 24, of Silver Creek was arrested at Concord Court on an outstanding warrant from the City of Lackawanna. He was turned over to Lackawanna PD.

 

Tuesday, May 15

Colden – A caller reported kids were playing basketball in Kummer Park after hours. One of the youths, William J. Jones, 20, of Eden, was found to be in possession of marijuana. He was released on an appearance ticket.

Sardinia – Patrol investigated a two-car injury accident at the intersection of Olean and Genesee roads. All parties signed off with EMS personnel. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

 

Wednesday, May 16

Concord – A walk-in at the ECSO Substation reported he had dogs and cows in a barn on Springville-Boston Road and the SPCA came to his house (the same day) to investigate an anonymous complaint. The SPCA found no violations. The complainant stated an unknown female had been entering his barn and letting the animals out and was feeding the dogs. The complainant caught the female in his barn feeding the animals on Thursday, May 17. She had thought the dogs were abandoned or were fighting dogs. She admitted to making the complaint with the SPCA and was advised it was private property.  

Sardinia – Patrol investigated a two-car injury accident on Olean Road near Curriers-Sardinia Road. One of the drivers was taken to the hospital for treatment after complaining of neck pain.

Springville – A traffic stop on the southbound 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of the driver, Lucas R. Mitten, 30, of Niagara, who was found to be driving with a suspended driver’s license. Mitten had no identification on him and initially gave ECSO deputies his brother’s information. Deputies determined his real identity. Mitten was charged with criminal impersonation in the second degree as well as AUO in the third degree. He was ticketed and released.

 

Thursday, May 17

Concord – A caller reported a vehicle in a ditch on Genesee Road and thought the driver was possibly intoxicated. It turned out the driver was having a diabetic issue and was transported to the hospital.

Springville – Bruce R. Glascoe, 33, of Cheektowaga was found to be driving with a revoked non-driver ID only following a traffic stop on West Main Street. He was charged with AUO in the third degree. Glascoe was ticketed and released.

 

Friday, May 18

Ashford – At approximately 1:02 a.m., Joseph P. Wright, 30, of Ashford was charged with criminal mischief: with intent to damage property; criminal mischief in the fourth degree: preventing an emergency phone call; and criminal contempt in the second degree: disobeying a court order. According to NYSP reports, Wright was held on his charges.

 

Sunday, May 20

Orchard Park: At approximately 6:50 a.m., Joshua C. Franklin, 21, of Boston, was charged with UPM and speed in the zone while on the Route 219 Expressway. Franklin was issued an appearance ticket.

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