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Police blotter from The Sun week of Aug. 8

Kingsley arrested for DWI
The town of Evans Police Department arrested Kingsley Nephew, 23, of Brant, on July 4 for driving while intoxicated.

Patrol first observed Kingsley’s blue Equinox speeding on Lake Shore Road. While conducting a traffic stop, the officer observed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Kingsley’s breath, glassy eyes, impaired speech and impaired motor coordination. Kingsley was asked to perform two field sobriety tests while inside his vehicle, which he passed, but when asked to perform more sobriety tests outside of the vehicle, Kingsley failed them.

Kingsley was arrested and his blood was tested, which resulted in a .17 percent blood alcohol content reading. His vehicle was towed and an inventory sheet was filed.

Kingsley was processed and released on summons with a return date of July 21, at Evans Town Court.

Boston police break up party
Erie County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to assist the New York State Police in breaking up a large underage drinking party that was currently in progress on Ravine at George Drive in Boston.

As the party was being dispersed, Deputy Ken Achtyl located a vehicle parked on a front lawn of a George Drive residence. Achtyl arrested an 18-year-old male from Clarence whose name was withheld due to his age.

He was charged under the Alcohol Beverage Control Law violation for possession of alcohol under 21 years of age, with intent to consume and possesion of open alcohol containers in a motor vehicle.

Deputy Eric Szkatulski arrested 23-year-old Stephanie Casciano, of Williamsville, who was a passenger in the vehicle, for criminal possession of a controlled substance, for having ecstasy pills on her person, and for endangering the welfare of a child, for bringing her 15-year-old sister to the party.

Both were released on appearance tickets to appear in the Town of Boston Court, at a later date.

Nine caught trespassing
On July 22, New York State troopers from Collins charged nine individuals with trespass, after they were caught inside the fenced-in grounds of the abandoned JN Adam complex, that evening.

Charged were Emmett Gerwitz, 20, of West Seneca; Daniel Morris, 19, of Orchard Park; Austin Antkowiak, 20, of Orchard Park; Maxwell Murray, 21, of Orchard Park; Heather Mejia, 20, of Blasdell; Robert Hartman, 19, of Orchard Park; Ashlee Hartman, 20, of Orchard Park; Kristin Cerrone, 20, of Colden and Gabrielle Kindzirski, 18, of Cheektowaga.

Recent inspections of the buildings have prompted an increased presence in both safety officers from the State DDSO, as well as Erie ad Chautauqua County and New York State Police, due to the building’s deteriorating state and local explorers’ interest in the site, due to ghost-hunting publicity.

Troopers from those departments warned that any urban explorers or ghost hunters caught on the grounds of the abandoned hospital will be charged with trespassing.

Glinski arrested
Town of Evans police officer Peter Smith responded to a complaint on July 5 that lead to the arrest of Martin Glinski, 34, of West Seneca.

The complainant stated that the staff at Mickey Rats needed help with an unruly patron. Smith observed the offender yelling at people and being belligerent.

He was trying to get the staff to fight him and was reported to have urinated inside the establishment. When the victim tried to remove him, Glinski spit in the victim’s face twice. He also began throwing punches and hit the victim multiple times.

Glinski was taken into custody for harassment and assault.

He was held until he was sober and released on an appearance ticket, returnable at a later date.


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