Police blotter for The Sun week of Dec. 18
By:Submitted to The Sun
Traffic stop leads to drug arrest
In Evans on Nov. 25, at 11:05 a.m., Benjamin Grey, 23, was removed from a vehicle at a traffic stop and patrol located 1.9 grams of cocaine on the floor board where the offender had been sitting.
The offender was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, processed and held for arraignment. The case was cleared by arrest.
Evans Traffic stop finds marijuana
During a traffic stop in Evans on Nov. 25, at 10:55 a.m., Jennifer Blake, 25, was a rear passenger in a vehicle. When questioned, the offender did admit to having marijuana in her bra and subsequently turned over the drugs to patrol.
The offender was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and released on a appearance ticket on scene.
Disorderly conduct on Beach Road
On Beach Road in Evans on Nov. 24, at 10:34 p.m., Shawn Arcara, 47, had a vehicle parked, unoccupied, in the street. The offender arrived a short time later and immediately became belligerent and hostile with patrol.
The offender repeatedly shouted foul language at police. The offender was subsequently taken into custody and transported to the station where he continued to be uncooperative, spitting on the floor in the booking room area and refusing requests to remove excess clothing and personal property before being placed into a jail cell, where he repeatedly urinated on the cell bars and floor.
The offender’s pit bull was turned over to the offender’s brother and the vehicle was towed by Evans Mechanical.
Business scam reported
An employee of Shop and Save in Evans reported to police that they received a phone call from a woman claiming to be a representative of Western Union on Nov. 27.
The caller explained to the employee that they needed to update their system due to the recent storm. The employee told her that sensitive information would have to be dealt with by the manager, but the female caller assured them that it was urgent and she would walk them through the process.
A short time later, a second phone call was received from an actual representative of Western Union, telling the employee they and been encountered a scam artist. $940.15 was transferred to an Alexander Defio.
DWI for Blasdell man
Patrol in Evans noticed a car parked on Erie Road with dazzling headlights. Before police could issue a traffic stop, the car started to drive away. Patrol followed the car, driven by George Chismar, 55, of Blasdell, and observed him fail to keep right, then pull into the Angola Motel.
Upon stopping the vehicle, patrol identified the operator and noticed a strong odor of alcohol, glassy eyes and slurred speech.
After administering field sobriety tests, the offender was transported to the Evans police station where a chemical breath test revealed a BAC of .21 percent. Chismar was released to return to court on Dec. 1.
Burglary arrest in Hamburg
After responding to the report of a burglary on Springway Lane in Hamburg, police noticed footprints, that matched those at the crime scene, leading to other houses in the same neighborhood.
Glenn Jones, 26, of Hamburg, was arrested in connection with the burglaries and charged with attempted burglary in the 2nd degree with illegal entry to a dwelling and four counts of attempted burglary for neighboring residences where police observed evidence of his presence attempting entry.
Hit and run solved
Jeffery Kwilos, 57, of Eden, turned himself into police at the Springville substation on Dec. 14 after a two week investigation into an accident in Boston on Nov. 30.
The crash occurred on North Boston Road shortly after 11 p.m. The vehicle drove off the road and struck a utility pole and the driver fled the scene.
Deputy Bouton took Kwilos’ statement and charged him with aggravated unlicensed operation, failure to keep right, speeding and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
The vehicle Kwilos was driving was released from an impound yard and Kwilos was released on the aforementioned tickets.
Drug possession arrest
During a traffic stop in Evans on Nov. 25, at 10:55am, Melissa Alaimo, 35, of Stockton, was removed from a vehicle due to a narcotics arrest. Patrol discovered a baggy of marijuana in the driver’s door pocket. The offender admitted to patrol that it was hers. The offender was released on an appearance ticket.
Offender was due back in village of Angola court on Dec. 9. The case was cleared by arrest.