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Cheektowaga police blotter

Dec. 26

DWI

Scott Moll, 46, of Harris Hill Road, Lancaster was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, the offender was involved in a rear end crash. The offender stated that his brakes failed and he struck the rear of the vehicle. While speaking with the offender, the officer noticed several signs of intoxication. The offender stated that he hadn’t had a drink since 3 a.m. The officer administered an alcohol sensor test which came back with a positive result. The offender was transported to police headquarters and placed under arrest for DWI.

Petit larceny

Britney Ando, 21 of Crystal Avenue, Buffalo and Eduardo Martinez, 21 of Vernon Avenue were arrested for petit larceny.

According to a police report, officers were advised by dispatch that a blue van, occupied by a white female, and two white males, had loaded a crate of merchandise up and passed all points of sale without paying for it. Ando told officers that she was coming from Buffalo Mercy Hospital because she was pregnant and bleeding. Officers had dispatch contact the hospital, which informed them that the offender had not been at the hospital in the past three days. The offenders were taken into custody, transported to headquarters, booked, and held on $250 bail.

Petit larceny

T.J. Adams, 25, of Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo was arrested for petit larceny.

According to a police report, officers responded to a report of one male shoplifter in custody. An employee of Lord and Taylor stated that he observed the offender select property and conceal it in a shopping bag he was carrying. The offender then went to a cash register and returned the two pairs of Ugg boots for a cash refund. The offender then passed all points of purchase without attempting to pay for the Ralph Lauren coat that he stole and concealed in his shopping bag. The employee stopped the offender as he exited the store. The offender was taken to the loss prevention office and held until the officers arrived. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters without incident.

Dec. 27

Jamar Humphrey, 26, of Empress Drive, Amherst and Chaz Duguay, 22, of Westfield Drive were arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance.

According to a police report, a vehicle was pulled over for having the driver’s side brake light out. Humphrey was the operator of the vehicle and stated that he did not have any identification on him. The officer could smell an overwhelming odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle. A large bag of marijuana could be seen in plain view in Humphrey’s right side cargo pocket. During a pat frisk of Duguay, a prescription drug bottle was found in his left pants pocket, which he stated was his “Xanax.” A hydrocodone tablet and oxycodone tablet were both discovered. After a search of the vehicle, a large bag containing three bags of marijuana on the front passenger seat and a marijuana roach in the ashtray were found. The offenders were placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters.

Dec. 28

Brian Kozmycz, 41, of Remington Place, Buffalo was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana.

According to a police report, the officer observed the offender discarding a marijuana cigarette from the window of his vehicle. The offender stated that he was smoking marijuana on his lunch break from work. The offender was arrested and transported to headquarters, booked and released with proper ID and an appearance ticket.

Dec. 29

DWI

Tara Baschmann, 22, of Maple Road, Elma was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over for talking on her cell phone as the officer was driving next to her. While speaking to the offender, the officer detected a strong odor of alcoholic beverage. For this reason standard sobriety tests were given to the offender, which she agreed to take. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters.

DWI

Tony Dye, 48, of Wilkes Avenue, Buffalo was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, the offender did not use his turn signal, sped up to 65 mph, moved into the left lane, without using a turn signal and then moved back into the center lane. Officers initiated a traffic stop and requested documents from the offender. The offender stated that he had been drinking but only had two wine coolers and was drinking at home. The offender was overly cooperative and kept telling the officers that he will do anything that the officers asked of him. Based on the admission of drinking, and the performance of the field sobriety tests, the offender was placed under arrest.

Dec. 30

DWI

Kyle Eichm 31, of Hedwig Avenue, Cheektowaga was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over for rolling through a stop sign. The officer approached the vehicle and asked why the offender drove home when he was told by an officer at Rafferty’s Bar that the offender should not be driving and should find another way home. The offender stated that he knew he was intoxicated and that he shouldn’t of driven home but offender was told by people at Rafferty’s to leave. The offender exited the vehicle and stumbled doing so. The offender’s eyes were bloodshot, his speech was slurred, and his breath exhibited a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage. He also performed several sobriety tests, which he failed. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters for booking.

Criminal impersonation

Samantha Bishop, 23, of Fletcher Street, Tonawanda was arrested for criminal impersonation.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over because the driver’s side quarter panel was bent and sticking out over the tire, appearing to be involved in a serious accident. The offender appeared to be intoxicated and stated that she just damaged her vehicle five minutes ago. The offender was very hesitant to give the officer her license. Her story changed numerous times and officers learned that she was lying about her identity and gave her cousins information to avoid getting charged with a suspended license. She was transported to police headquarters and booked on her charges.

Aggravated unlicensed operation

Brandon Jackson, 28, of Genesse Street, Buffalo and Myles Thompson, 23, of Genesee Street, Buffalo were arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and criminal possession of marijuana.

According to a police report, the officer noticed four people in a vehicle in the drive through lane, while one person in the vehicle was rolling a marijuana joint. The officers stopped the vehicle and determined that Jackson had a suspended license; six suspensions on three separate dates for failure to answer a summons. Then the officer spoke with Thompson who admitted to having one bag of marijuana in his jacket pocket. A search of the vehicle yielded one more bag of marijuana and a marijuana joint. Both offenders were arrested and transported to police headquarters for booking.


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