Wolfley, Enser charged with possession
On May 4 at approximately 10:20 a.m., a Boston trooper stopped a red Ford Focus for inadequate brake lights on Route 391 in the town of Hamburg.
While interviewing the driver, William Wolfley, 21, of Hamburg, the trooper detected an odor of burnt marijuana. Wolfley said that he had a small amount of marijuana in a backpack. The trooper located the marijuana, as well as an Adderall tablet in the backpack. Adderall is a schedule II controlled substance. Further investigation revealed the passenger, Diana Enser, 22, of West Seneca, was also in possession of marijuana.
Both subjects were placed under arrest for possession of marijuana, a violation. Wolfley was additionally charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, an A misdemeanor and possession of a controlled substance not in the original container, a violation. Wolfley and Enser were each issued appearance tickets, returnable to the Town of Hamburg Court, at a later date.Angola man arrested for drug violation
On May 4 at 8 p.m., town of Hamburg Police Officer Jonathan Wright responded to complaint of reckless operation on Lake Shore Road in Hamburg. Nicholas Faraci, 26, of Angola, showed signs of intoxication and was unable to produce his license and registration.
When asked if he had consumed any alcoholic beverages or was under the influence of any type of drug, Faraci said he took a Loritab earlier in the day. He failed several field sobriety tests and was arrested and transported to the Town of Hamburg Police Department.
Faraci refused to submit a blood sample and was released to his father. He was issued a summons to return to the town of Hamburg Court, at a later date. Mark Igel arrested for drugs
While on patrol on Route 62 in the town of North Collins at approximately 8:10 p.m., Erie County Sheriff Deputy Theresa Nietzel arrested Mark Igel, 51, of North Collins, and charged him with DWI – drugs and multiple traffic infractions, after stopping his vehicle for erratic operation near Cain Road and observing him acting in an intoxicated manner.
A blood test was secured to determine his level of intoxication by drugs.
He was processed and released on appearance tickets, returnable at a later date.Sheffer receives DWI
On May 10, at about 12:05 a.m., a New York state trooper based out of the Boston barracks stopped a white Dodge Charger for a headlight being out on Southwestern Blvd. in the town of Orchard Park. Mary Jo Sheffer, 46, of West Seneca, showed signs of intoxication and failed roadside sobriety tests.
She was placed under arrest for DWI and a breath sample for testing revealed her blood alcohol concentration to be .12 percent.
Sheffer was issued traffic tickets to appear in the town of Orchard Park court, at a later date.Hamburg man gets DWI
On May 4, at approximately 5:54 a.m., a Boston trooper stopped a tan Chevrolet Impala for speeding, traveling at 65 mph in a 45 mph zone, on Camp Road in the town of Hamburg. According to police, the operator, Luis Olmedo, 27, of Hamburg, showed signs of intoxication and failed roadside sobriety tests.
Olmedo was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated. A breath sample showed his blood alcohol concentration was .16 percent. He was issued traffic tickets to return to the town of Hamburg Court, at a later date.Long found on warrant
On May 8, a New York State Trooper based in the Boston barracks stopped a blue Ford Ranger on South Abbott Road in the Town of Boston for speeding. The operator, Justin Long, 33, of Long Beach, Miss. was found to have an active arrest warrant from the Erie County Sheriffs Office for probation violation.
Long was transported to the town of Orchard Park Court for arraignment and turned over to the Erie County Sheriffs patrol.Boston trooper arrests man
On May 10, at about 11 p.m., a New York state trooper based out of the Boston barracks, stopped a blue Saab on Route 20A in the town of Wales for an inoperable headlight.
James Kress, 42, of Geneseo, showed signs of intoxication and failed roadside sobriety tests, when administered on the scene.
Kress refused several other roadside tests, after failing initial examinations, and was placed under arrest for DWI.
He was issued traffic tickets to appear in the town of Wales Court, at a later date.