Police blotter from The Sun week of Nov. 13
By:Submitted to The Sun
Plows stolen from business
The owner of Pump Irrigation Technologies, located on 107 Evans St., reported to Hamburg Village Police that two of his three plow attachments were missing Oct. 16 at 5 p.m.
The plows were stored behind his rented building on the edge of the parking lot where he had stored equipment for about six years, the owner reported. The missing equipment was valued at about $7,500 total.
The case has been closed, pending any further information.
DWI arrest made in Hamburg roundabout
Nathaniel Negron, 24, of Hamburg, hit a traffic sign going southbound on Buffalo Street at Clark Street on Oct. 26. Police responded to the call of property damage to find Negron alone in the driverís side of his four-door sedan.
The offender told police he had consumed two light beers after police noticed the smell of alcohol on his breath. He was subjected to five field sobriety tests and an Alco-sensor. His BAC sample returned a .14 percent.
Negron was processed and released to his girlfriend. He was scheduled to return to court Nov. 5.
Gym disturbance ends in an arrest
On Nov. 7 at 11:46 p.m., Brian Carter had a discrepancy with his contract at World Gym on Camp Road. The employee who attended him was unable to satisfy his request, which led to the raising of his voice and the complainantís call to the police. Before calling for assistance, the complainant told Carter that his issue would have to be dealt with with a manager and should leave. He refused.
Upon reporting officersí arrival, Carter explained his side of the story, but refused to offer identification. The offender raised his voice again. Police removed Carter from the gym and placed him under arrest for trespassing.