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Police blotter from the May 22 edition of The Sun

Prostitution arrest made in Boston


On May 12, New York state police deputy Brad Ballantyne, while investigating a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Tim Hortons on Boston State Road, arrested Carrie Cornell, 44, of Buffalo, for prostitution and Kenneth Krueger, 43, of Boston, for soliciting prostitution. Both subjects were released on appearance tickets, returnable to the town of Boston court.

Fight over drugs ends in tasing, arrest

Wyntre Harris, 23, of Evans and a relative were arguing in an Evans residence on May 11.

Evans police were dispatched to the brother-sister altercation. The pair were arguing over who had stolen whose drugs.

Both were separated, and Harris continued to be agitated, swearing and pushing the responding officer. She was restrained and continued to struggle, so she was tased and taken into custody. She was charged with harassment second: physical contact and obscene language and gestures.

Man caught in Evans

Richard Chowaniec, 45, of Evans, was picked up at an Evans address on May 9 on a town of Hamburg bench warrant.

Evans police turned the subject over to the Hamburg Police Department, for that department to process and handle the arrest.

Hamburg man picked up

On May 9, Evans police picked up Anthony Dirienzo, 46, of the town of Hamburg, for aggravated unlicensed operation.

Dirienzo also had a valid warrant out for his arrest from Lackawanna, so he was turned over to that department.

Deer crash leads to suspension arrest

On May 8, Evans police were dispatched to a car versus deer accident on Lake Shore Road near Lancaster Street. Upon their arrival, the car was parked on the shoulder with heavy front-end damage.

While on the scene, William Merecki, 28, of Evans, rode up on a bicycle and said that his grandmother, the owner of the vehicle, had hit a deer.

Patrol began to check the scene and found the deer, fluids and vehicle parts. Merecki then admitted that he had been operating the vehicle, struck the deer and continued driving until it broke down at the scene where officers responded.

A license check revealed that Merecki had 13 license suspensions. He was taken into custody and held, pending arraignment.


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