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Police Reports, Nov. 30

Friday, Nov. 17

Sardinia – A caller on Deerfield Drive reported that she saw her neighbor use a leaf blower to blow a pile of raked leaves over a fence and onto the caller’s lawn.

Sardinia – A car/deer collision on Route 39 caused minor damage to the vehicle. The deer ran off.

Springville – Jesse D. Fairbanks, 32, of Cattaraugus was arrested at Springville Court on an outstanding warrant from the ESCO. He was arraigned and released on his own recognizance.

Springville – A walk-in at the Sheriff’s substation reported that her daughter had unauthorized charges made to her debit card by her then boyfriend. A complaint was signed and as a result, Noah C. Fallon, 20, of Blasdell was charged with petit larceny after turning himself into deputies. He was released on an appearance ticket.

Springville – Loss Prevention agents at WalMart reported they saw a male and female conceal approximately $45 worth of merchandise and exit the store without paying. The investigation continues.

 

Saturday, Nov. 18

Springville – Hunter D. Garland, 22, of Arcade was charged with AUO in the second degree following a traffic stop on East Main Street for an obstructed view. Garland was also found to be in possession of marijuana and was charged with UPM. He was taken to the Holding Center in lieu of $250 bail.

Springville – ESCO Fire Investigators were called to the scene of a house/vehicle fire on Mill Street shortly before 4 a.m. The fire was apparently sparked by ash from a fireplace that was put into a plastic bucket in the garage. The Fire Department was called back to the scene later that morning after the fire rekindled.

 

Monday, Nov. 20

Sardinia – Several horses were said to be running down Genesee Road. Patrol was unable to locate the wayward equines.

Boston – Madeline L. Neuman, 19, of Ashford was charged with UPM following a traffic stop on the 219 Expressway. She was released on an appearance ticket.

 

Wednesday, Nov. 22

Springville – A motorist on the 219 Expressway reported that another female motorist pulled up alongside her vehicle, held up a sign that said, “You suck,” and then wrote “Please stop driving” before speeding away.

Springville – A vehicle stopped for a suspended registration on South Cascade Drive resulted in the arrest of the driver, Angela M. Maloni, 31, of Amherst who was also found to have a suspended driver’s license. She was issued three tickets and released. The vehicle was towed.

 

Saturday, Nov. 25

East Otto – Bradley J. Lyons, 34, of Boston was arrested and charged with DWI after deputies responded to a one-car accident on Hammond Hill Road. The vehicle was reportedly traveling north on Hammond Hill Road when the driver lost control and struck a guardrail on the bridge. There was significant damage to the vehicle and the driver reportedly exhibited signs of intoxication. Lyons was also charged with DWI with a BAC of .08 percent or higher, speed not reasonable, and moving from the lane unsafely. He is due to return to the Town of East Otto Court.

 

Tuesday, Nov. 28

Springville – At approximately 3:16 a.m. the ECSO conducted a traffic stop on South Cascade Drive and during the interview, deputies discovered Daniel Mason, 57, of Freedom, in possession of a quantity of heroin, a quantity of hypodermic needles and a throwing star. Deputies also report finding a quantity of heroin and a hypodermic needle on the passenger, Katy Lang. Mason was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, possession of a hypodermic instrument and criminal possession of a weapon. He was also cited for possession of marijuana and two separate vehicle and traffic violations. Lang, 30, of Freedom, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a hypodermic instrument. Both were being held at the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment.

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