Friday, April 21
Boston— A civilian complaint led to the arrest of Kenneth C. Rubeck, 73, of Boston, after Erie County Sheriff’s deputies stopped his vehicle and determined that he had been driving while intoxicated. Rubeck recorded a BAC of .18 percent. He was ticketed and released to a third party.
Concord— A male subject was found loading landscape rocks into his vehicle from a pallet located on a Sharp Street resident’s front yard. The man stated he had heard they could be taken for free and unloaded the rocks without incident. Follow up is to continue.
Concord— A 7-year-old playing with his brother was struck by a flying plastic flashlight and sustained a laceration. The boy was reported to be okay.
Springville— Erie County Sheriff’s deputies assisted the Arcade Police Department with a disorderly male subject at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital. Robert Kramer, 27, of Freedom was subsequently charged with trespass, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He was taken to Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo.
Springville— Tasha M. Tingue, 27, of Franklinville, was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant from the ECSO.
Springville— A Woodward Avenue caller reported two checks were taken from a checkbook belonging to an elderly female she cares for. Reportedly, a family member is suspected and the investigation is ongoing.
Springville— A caller reported his backpack containing a laptop was taken from his unlocked vehicle in the Taco Bell parking lot on South Cascade Drive.
Sunday, April 23
Boston— Patrol investigated an accident involving a motorcycle off the roadway on West Tillen Road near Rice Road. The driver was not injured in the accident.
Colden– A male caller on Blanchard Road reported that a lawnmower was missing from his garage sometime over the weekend. Police reports indicate that the incident may be related to a property dispute and both parties were advised to contact their respective attorneys.
Concord— The Fire Department responded to a residence on Collins Springville Road where a noxious odor was reported and residents were complaining of illness.
Tuesday, April 25
Colden— A Partridge Road resident reported she had been receiving letters for over 10 years from an unknown person. Reportedly, the letters apparently reference former classmates. The caller was advised to contact the USPS Postal Inspection Services.
Wednesday, April 26
Colden— Erie County Sheriff’s deputies responded to State Road for a report of a male outside a residence making threats to a female inside. Parties involved were said to be intoxicated and the male went home for the night.
Concord— A small tree on Powerline Road was reported to be on fire, apparently sparked by arcing wires.
Boston— Ryan P. Gavin, 29, of Hamburg, was charged with assault in the third degree: with intent to cause physical injury; criminal mischief in the fourth degree: preventing an emergency call; criminal mischief in the first degree: physical contact and harassment in the second degree: physical contact.
Thursday, April 27
Boston— A caller reported a strong odor of marijuana coming from an apartment on Creekside Court. The caller was advised and stated he would speak with the landlord.
Springville— A Franklin Street caller reported his mailbox was knocked down sometime overnight.
Springville— A Pearl Street caller reported kids were running up and down the street with guns. It turned out to be a BB gun.
Saturday, April 29
Boston— An unnamed 18-year-old male subject was arrested and charged with UPM on Boston Ridge Road at approximately 8:15 p.m.
Concord— Thomas J. Socko, 24, of Niagara Falls, was arrested and charged with UPM on Route 219 at approximately 5 p.m. He was issued an appearance ticket.
Concord— Richard C. Ganschow, 23, of Springville, was arrested and charged with UPM on Route 219 at approximately 4:20 p.m. He was issued an appearance ticket.
Sunday, April 30
Sardinia— Ryan A. Bruno, 39, of Springville, was arrested and charged with harassment in the second degree: physical contact for an incident originally reported on April 29. He was issued an appearance ticket.