Hamburg man arrested in Evans
Michael Manzella, 50, of the town of Hamburg was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and operating a moving motor vehicle while using a portable electronic device.
At 2:15 p.m. on Sept. 19, Evans Patrolman Thomas Castle arrested the subject for using a device, while driving. Police later discovered that the registration was suspended, due to an insurance lapse.
Manzella was arrested and taken to the police station, where he was booked and released on uniform traffic tickets.Lockport man arrested for DWI
Town of Hamburg Police Officer David Olday responded to a car collision at Route 20 at South Park Avenue at 8:10 p.m. on Sept. 8. Matthew Siuda, 31, of Lockport had rear-ended another vehicle, causing a three-car chain reaction crash.
The subject, who was not injured, had “very slow motor movements, a blank gaze, an odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath, glassy, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech,” according to police.
The subject failed roadside tests and refused to take an alcohol screening test.
He was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated, following too close and refusal to take a breath test.
He was issued a summons to return to court and was released to his mother.Man arrested on warrant
Christopher Schneider, 24, of Brant, was arrested on a warrant out of the town of Hamburg by the Evans Police Department.
The incident occurred at 10:22 a.m. on Sept. 1.
The subject was taken into custody and turned over to the town of Hamburg Police Department.Evans man found with marijuana
Matthew Harroun, 21, of Evans, was arrested by Evans Patrolman Ralph Maslach for unlawful possession of marijuana.
The arrest took place at 5:20 p.m. on Sept. 15. The subject was found with a marijuana pipe and a bag of cannabis. Evans man arrested for possession
Dennis Keefe, 32, of Evans was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana at 6:20 p.m. on Sept. 2.
Evans Patrolman Joseph LaRosa observed Keefe’s walking on the side of Route 5. The subject told police that he had picked a glass pipe off the side of the road. LaRosa located the pipe in Keefe’s right rear pocket.
According to police, the subject became belligerent and was taken into custody. He was booked and released on an appearance ticket.Buffalo resident steals from mall
Town of Hamburg Police Officer Mindy Jendrowski responded to a petit larceny complaint at the Sears store in the McKinley Mall at 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 12.
Mia Foster, 21, of Buffalo took two tank tops from the racks and put the clothing on, underneath her existing shirt. She then left Sears, passing all points of purchase without attempting to pay for the clothing. The merchandise was valued at $26.
Foster was arrested for petit larceny and transported to the town of Hamburg Police Station. She was released on an appearance ticket.
Kenmore woman resists arrest
While investigating a disturbance at Captain Kidds on Sept. 2, Evans Patrolman Scott DeJohn saw Amanda Parylo, 24, of Kenmore yelling and swearing at several bouncers. Police told Parylo to leave the area several times.
As the subject was leaving the area, she told police, “F--- off. I hate f------ cops. You’re all nothing but f------ pigs.”
DeJohn informed Parylo that she was under arrest for disorderly conduct and obscene gestures.
The subject told police to not touch her and began to flail and swing her arms at the patrolman. She was taken to the ground and arrested.
Police Matron Donna Kraft was called to meet police and the offender at the Evans Police Station. Emergency medical services personnel cleaned several abrasions Parylo suffered.
The individual was additionally charged with resisting arrest. She was placed into a female cell and later released on an appearance ticket. Hamburg teen arrested for DWI
At 1:15 a.m. on Sept. 1, Boston troopers stopped a gray Saturn on Old Lake Shore Road in the town of Hamburg for crossing the hazard markings and for having a broken taillight.
The operator was identified as Jonathon Oliver, 18, of Lakeview. According to police, the subject showed signs of intoxication and failed field sobriety tests.
Oliver was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated. During the arrest, police found marijuana in the subject’s possession and Oliver was additionally charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
The subject was taken to Lakeshore Hospital, where a blood test was administered. He was issued traffic tickets and an appearance ticket to appear in the town of Hamburg Court at a later date.Driver’s license revoked for nine scoffs
Matthew Schukraft, 32, of Evans was arrested at 11:07 a.m. on Sept. 22 by Evans Patrolman Matthew Stonitsch for operating a motor vehicle with obstructed vision and aggravated, unlicensed operation in the second degree.
The subject’s driver’s license had been revoked, with a total of nine scoffs. Schukraft admitted that his license had been suspended.
The offender was released on his own recognizance after arraignment, with a return date at the town of Evans Court.Buffalo woman caught for DWI
Amanda Harter, 28, of Buffalo was charged with failure to use designated lane, operating a moving motor vehicle while using a portable electronic device, moving from lane unsafely, driving while intoxicated with a previous conviction within 10 years and operating a motor vehicle by an unlicensed driver.
The individual was arrested at 1:10 a.m. on Sept. 21 by town of Hamburg Police Officer David Jasinski. She failed several roadside sobriety tests, including the ABC test, in which she sang the alphabet when police advised her not to and replaced “XYZ” with “YZX.”
Harter refused to take a chemical breath test but, after the fourth try, she completed a breath screening test, which gave a positive read. She had a prior conviction out of the town of Cheektowaga for DWI. She was released to her husband with a return ticket to court.