Clarence police log for the week of Friday, Oct. 18
Thursday October 17, 2013 | By:Community Papers of WNY Staff |
David E. Cassidy, 43, of Boca Place, East Amherst, was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
Around 2:15 p.m., Clarence Troopers investigated a two-car property damage accident on Transit Road in Clarence. Investigation revealed that Cassidy moved from his lane then abruptly stopped his vehicle in traffic.
He could not determine which way to turn, stopped, and was then struck by a vehicle following him.
He submitted a breath sample for testing and a reading of .12 percent was received. He was ticketed for moving from the lane unsafely, illegal stop and driving while intoxicated. He is schedule to appear in the Town of Clarence Court on a later date.
Michael A. Palmerton, 20, of White Acres Road, Clarence, was arrested for criminal mischief after a domestic dispute with his mother.
At about 8:45 p.m., Clarence Troopers responded to a reported domestic dispute at a home on White Acres Road. Palmerton was arrested after having an argument with his mother and cause damage to a lamp, the home telephone answering machine and three picture frames. Palmerton was also found to be in possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.
He was charged with three class A misdemeanors; criminal mischief in the fourth degree, criminal possession of marijuana, and criminal possession of a controlled substance.
He was arraigned by Clarence Town Justice Powers and held in the Erie County Holding Center pending posting of bail.
Gernay M. Quinnie, 50, of Buffalo, Anthony M. Watkins, 49, of Buffalo and Kathy Kelsey-Peluso, 46, of Mechanicville, were arrested for petit larceny.
At about 2 p.m., SP Clarence received a call of a larceny from Big Lots on Transit Road in Clarence. A plate number and description of the vehicle were received from the complainant and dispatched to patrols.
A trooper, after seeing the vehicle that matched the description and bearing the same plate on Transit Road, stopped and interviewed the vehicle’s three occupants. Upon further investigation, Quinnie, Watkins and Kelsey-Peluso were found to be in possession of approximately $460 in stolen merchandise.
The three were placed under arrest for petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree, arraigned before Town Justice Laduca and held in the Erie County Holding Center pending posting of bail.