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Cheektowaga Police Blotter

Nov. 6

Petit larceny

Michael Barrios, 27, of Boncroft Drive, West Seneca, was arrested for petit larceny.

According to a police report, the offender selected two necklaces, concealed them in his shopping bag, and exited the premises, passing all points of purchase without paying. Offender was transported to police headquarters and processed.

Nov. 7

Petit larceny

Frederick Solomon, 50, of Pheasant Run Road, Amherst was arrested for petit larceny.

According to a police report, the employee of the store stated that he saw the offender select sweatpants and conceal the pants in his shopping bag. He passed all points of purchase and made no attempt to pay. He then exited the store via the upper mall exit. He was booked, processed, and released on an appearance ticket.

Nov. 8

Criminal possession of a weapon

Jason Wilson, 34, of Shirley Avenue. Buffalo was arrested for criminal possession of a weapon.

According to a police report, the officer conducted a traffic stop on the offender. While talking to the offender, the officer saw a dagger in plain view on the passenger seat. He then had the offender step out of the vehicle and patted him down for weapons. The offender stated that he was not aware that the property was there and also stated that it was not his and must have been a friend of his that sat in the seat. The offender was placed under arrest, booked, and released on an appearance ticket.

Nov. 9

Unlawful possession of marijuana

Hallie Winter, 30, of Lakewood Avenue, Buffalo was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana.

According to a police report, while speaking to the offender, the officer noticed a strong odor of marijuana. Marijuana was found in the center console of the vehicle, and the offender was booked and held to see the judge on the marijuana charge and other charges.

DWI

John Bomaster, 48, of Harvard Avenue, Depew was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, the officer initiated a traffic stop due to the offenders erratic driving. The offender admitted to the officer that he was stopped because he was swerving. The officer smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the offender and inside the vehicle. The officer had the offender perform several sobriety tests, which he failed. He was processed and released on a summons.

Nov. 10

Criminal possession of marijuana

Frederick Flick, 35, of Broadway, Lancaster was arrested for criminal possession of marijuana.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over for driving while using a cell phone. When asked for documents, the offender was unable to provide a license. During a pat frisk, the officer felt a large bag of marijuana in the offenders front left jeans pocket. The offender admitted that it was marijuana and he was taken into custody. During the course of a search of the vehicle, the officer found another small bag of marijuana under the driver’s floor mat and a pipe on the front floorboard. The marijuana weighed 28.5 grams. The offender was booked on his charges.

Nov. 11

DWI

Donna Murek, 50, of French Lea Road, West Seneca was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, officers were on the scene of a hit and run accident when they were forced to move out of the way because a driver was coming towards them. The offender did not stop until she reached the stop sign, at which time the witnesses yelling finally alerted the offender to stop. The offender did not remember almost hitting the officer and did not remember seeing people in the street. The offender was placed through several sobriety tests, which she failed. The offender did not recall any of the incidents prior to getting stopped, even after she was taken to police headquarters in the booking area. The offender refused to take a chemical test three times, stating “No” after reading the warnings three times and all proper paperwork was filed.

DWI

Joshua Kuminski, 23, of Briarcliff Road, Cheektowaga was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over at a DWI checkpoint. The officer spoke with the offender, and ordered him to pull to the center median area for further testing. A strong odor of alcoholic beverage was immediately detected as the offender spoke. The offender had glassy, blood shot, dilated eyes, slurred speech when he spoke and seemed very dazed and confused. The officer conducted several sobriety tests, which the offender failed.

DWI

Robert Peterson, 31, of Parker Avenue, Buffalo was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over at a DWI checkpoint. The vehicle approached the checkpoint quickly, even thought there were numerous cones and flashing red lights. The offenders eyes were severely red and when asked if he had anything to drink tonight, offender responded, “I’ve had three in the past three houses.” Officer had the offender perform several sobriety tests, which he failed. The offender was placed under arrest based on his driving habits, signs of inotication, and performance on the field sobriety tests.

Petit larceny

Detra Harrison, 30, of Garden Village Drive, Cheektowaga was arrested for petit larceny.

According to a police report, the offender went into Claires and stole a white Hello Kitty purse. The offender attempted to exit the mall but saw police cars and ran back into the mall. About an hour later, dispatch put out a call that people were chasing a shoplifter from DSW into the Sears lot. Officers stopped the offender in the parking lot. Three females came over to the officers, one the manager from Claires, and the other the assistant manager, who reported the earlier theft. The assistant manager stated that the offender was the one who stole the purse from the store. The offender also had her daughter with her at the time of the incident. The offender was booked and held to see the judge.

Criminal possession of a controlled substance

Loreen Brigman, 53, of Blick Street, Sloan was arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over and asked to retrieve documents. Offender could not produce her license. The offender stated that she had been arrested before for possessing pills. The officer asked offender if she had any pills on her at this time. Offender responded that she did have one pill in her pocket. The offender was taken into custody.


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