Friday, Aug. 25
Colden – A one-car property damage accident on Darien Road resulted in the arrest of the driver, Claudia M. Kollatz, 49, of Boston, who was charged with DWI following the investigation. Her BAC was reportedly .15 percent. Kollatz was ticketed and released to a third party.
Springville – Michelle E. Monroe, 22, of East Otto was charged with petit larceny after reportedly taking $120 in clothing and Red Bull from Wal-Mart. She was released on an appearance ticket after processing.
Saturday, Aug. 26
Boston – The DEC was notified for a large black bear running in the area of Wohlhueter Road.
Sardinia – A vehicle stopped on Genesee Road for speeding resulted in the arrest of the driver, Cole J. Worthington, 18, of Freedom, after he was found to be in possession of a violation quantity of marijuana. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Sardinia – Police advised a male who was allegedly screaming obscenities while children were playing outside.
Springville – The driver of a vehicle stopped for speeding on East Main Street handed patrol a conditional license and stated she was going to a counseling appointment as allowed. Patrol followed her to her appointment but the business was closed. She was cited for speeding and violation of restrictions of a conditional license.
Springville – A vehicle stopped on East Main Street resulted in the arrest of Jerry R. Bly, 27, of Andover who was found to have several suspensions on his driver’s license. Bly was charged with AUO in the second degree along with two other vehicle and traffic violations. Reportedly, Bly was also the subject of an outstanding bench warrant from the Town of Orchard Park PD. He was subsequently turned over to them after being ticketed and released.
Sunday, Aug. 27
Boston – Two houses on Ward Road were egged sometime overnight. One of the homeowners suspects it was a person who was kicked out of a party. No damage to either house was reported.
Monday, Aug. 28
Boston – Aleesha M. Tisdale, 22, of Olean was arrested on two outstanding warrants (bench warrants from the Village of Springville and Town of Elma), after State Police turned her over to the ECSO. Tisdale was taken to the Holding Center pending arraignment. Reportedly, she also had an outstanding warrant from the Town of Amherst.
Tuesday, Aug. 29
Boston – NYSEG was notified for two downed power lines in the area of Cole Road, apparently caused by an explosion after a turkey vulture landed on the lines causing a shortage and subsequent explosion. The vulture did not survive.
Wednesday, Aug. 30
Sardinia – A caller on Savage Road reported shooting in the area and he felt the shots were in the direction of his residence. The caller stated that he ran up to the person while they were shooting to ascertain his identity. The subject was woodchuck hunting and no violations were observed. The caller was advised to not run towards gunfire and to stay on his own property.
Springville – Three youths out at 3 a.m. on West Main Street resulted in one of them, a 17-year-old, being charged with UPM.
Springville – A caller reported some of her laundry was taken while she was at Suds-Duds & More on South Cascade Drive. The suspects were identified via surveillance and the caller was messaging a family member of one of the parties involved who stated the items would be returned.
Thursday, Aug. 31
Boston – Kyle P. Ortel, 25, of Randolph was charged with AUO in the third degree and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration after a traffic stop on Boston State Road revealed both his license and registration were suspended for insurance violations. The vehicle was towed.
Colden – The ECSO is investigating the theft of $400 worth of copper from a residence.
Concord– A vehicle stopped for an equipment violation on the northbound 219 Expressway resulted in the arrest of the driver, Drew M. Stock, 32, of Ashford, after it was discovered that both his license and registration were suspended. Stock was charged with AUO in the third degree and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration as well as three other vehicle and traffic violations. He was released and given a courtesy ride.