Police Log for The Tonawandas/Kenmore for the week of Sunday, Oct. 7
Sunday October 7, 2012 | By:Kori Sciandra |
Albert C. Gielow, 93, Roncroff Drive, was arrested for petit larceny after he stole from Aldi’s on Nash Road, North Tonawanda. He was released on his own recognizance.
Steven M. Garbus, 22, Doebler Drive, North Tonawanda, was arrested Oct. 2 for criminal possession of a controlled substance, DWI, DWAI -drugs and backing unsafely. Bail was set at $250.
Shannon N. Ditillio, 19, Homeless, was arrested Oct. 2 for burglary in the second degree, criminal mischief in the third degree and criminal contempt in the second degree.
William J. Delaney, 32, Delaware Street, Tonawanda, was arrested Sept. 25 for unlawful imprisonment, criminal mischief in the fourth degree, harassment in the second degree and criminal obstruction of breathing.
Steven J. Hummel, 20, Oliver Street, North Tonawanda, turned himself in on a warrant for aggravated harassment on Sept. 26.
Robert E. Dendy, 63, Rumbold Avenue, Tonawanda, was arrested Sept. 26 for unlawful possession of marijuana.
Gerianne Ferenc, 58, Main Street, Tonawanda, was arrested Sept . 27 for bribing a witness in order to keep her brother out of jail.
Marc Lococo, 25, Norwalk Avenue, Buffalo, surrendered on a warrant for petit larceny.
Gene E. Kennelley, 52, Coronation Drive, Amherst, was arrested Sept. 29 for DWI, aggravated DWI, failure to keep right, speeding and equipment failure.
Paul G. Loreman, 21, 12th Avenue, North Tonawanda, was arrested for DWI-felony, refusal to take breath test and speeding.
Frank J. Bredt, Jr., 24, South Lane, North Tonawanda, was arrested Oct. 1 for harassment in the second degree and aggravated criminal contempt.
Failure to appear
Erica M. Ralston, 27, Niagara Falls Boulevard, Amherst, was picked up on a warrant for failure to appear in drug court.
Richard J. Singleton, 41, North Cayuga Road, North Tonawanda, was arrested Oct. 3 for unlawful imprisonment and criminal contempt in the first degree.
Thomas E. Meland, 43, was arrested by the Kenmore Police Department Sept. 24 for disobeying a mandated stay away order.
Hector Ayala, 43, was arrested Sept. 25 for grand larceny in the fourth degree - value property greater than $1,000 and trespass.
Anthony Sanders, 19, was arrested Sept. 26 for disorderly conduct - obscene language and gestures.
Phillip D. Hunt, 26, was arrested Sept. 28 for obstruction of governmental administration in the second degree.
Debora A. Leiser, 50, was arrested Sept. 29 for criminal possession of a weapon/firearm/knife.
Marianne M. Zak, 48, was arrested by KPD for driving while intoxicated in the first degree, operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of more than .08 and speeding.
Thomas E. Meland, 43, was arrested Sept. 30 for operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08 or more, DWI - previous conviction within 10 years and moving from lane unsafely.
James A. Magyar, 50, was arrested Oct. 1 for driving while intoxicated - first offense, operating an unregistered vehicle on the highway, passing a red light and refusal to take breath test.
Tonawanda Fire Department Incident Statistics
Sept. 24 to 30
• 32 EMS incidents, including one motor vehicle accident.
•Three Alarms of Fire:
1. At 12:41 p.m. Sept. 28 crews responded to 5 Main St., (Tonawanda Towers), to a fire alarm activation. Crews found food burning on the stove, ventilated smoke, no damage.
2. At 10:12 p.m. Sept. 28 crews responded to 265 Main St. Dispatch received a report that the service station may be on fire. Crews found smoke coming from an illegal open burn next door.
3. Just before 9 a.m. Sept. 30 crews responded to 5 Main St., (Tonawanda Towers), to a report of food burning on the stove, crews ventilated smoke from the apartment, no damage.
• One Still alarm:
1. At 5 a.m. Sept. 25, crews were dispatched to 84 William St. to a carbon monoxide alarm. Crews did not detect any CO gas, faulty detector.
• Two Investigations:
1. At 8:10 p.m. Sept. 28 crews responded to an open burning at 275 Main St.
2. Just before 9 p.m. Sept. 29 crews responded to an illegal open burning at 230 Broad St.
• One Assistance call:
1. At 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29, crews responded to Veteran’s Park, for a vehicle lockout.