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Police blotter from the April 1 edition of The Sun

Timothy Cooper
Derby man arrested for DWI after accident
On April 23, New York state troopers from the New York State Police Niagara barracks arrested Timothy Cooper, 59, of Derby for driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor.

State police Niagara patrols received a call from the Niagara County Sheriff’s Dispatch about a two-car automobile accident on the Robert Moses Parkway in the town of Lewiston.

Patrols responded and found one vehicle on its side. The operator was transported by Rural Metro Ambulance to the Erie County Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, treated and released.

The second vehicle, operated by Cooper, was located north of the accident scene. While investigating the collision, troopers said they noticed a strong odor of alcohol on Cooper’s breath.

Cooper was administered the standardized field sobriety tests and was subsequently arrested for DWI and moving from lane unsafely.

The subject was transported to the Niagara station, where he refused to submit to further testing.

He was issued the traffic citations, released and is scheduled to appear in Lewiston Court on May 6.

Eden woman arrested
Christina Aldridge, 30, of Eden was arrested by Erie County Sheriff’s deputies Justin Bauer and Nick Coniglio on April 16 in Eden.

The subject had an outstanding unauthorized use of a motor vehicle arrest, out of the Erie County Sheriff’s Office.

Aldridge was transported to the Erie County Holding Center, pending court arraignment.

Several teens arrested
Erie County Sheriff’s deputies Ken Achtyl and Jason Bouton responded to a complaint from the parent of a 13-year-old Salamanca resident who had left her home without her parents’ permission on April 15.

The subject was reported to be in the company of Shawn Blanc, 20, of Boston.

Deputies found the 13-year-old female at Blanc’s residence. She was intoxicated and accompanied by a 17-year-old female friend and two male associates.

Blanc and a 19-year-old Cattaraugus resident were arrested for endangering the welfare of a child. The 17-year-old, who provided the Salamanca teen with alcohol, was cited for possession of alcohol. Both females were turned over to their parents.

The men were released on appearance tickets.

DWI arrest made
Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy James Flowers stopped a vehicle on Boston State Road on April 19. It was operated by 32-year-old Jessie Conrad of West Seneca.

A department of motor vehicles check showed that Conrad had a suspended license.

The suspect was charged with aggravated, unlicensed operation second and was transported to the Erie County Holding Center, in lieu of $250 bail.

Orchard Park man arrested
Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy Tim Christian stopped a vehicle operated by 43-year-old Michael Townshend of Orchard Park on Route 219 in Boston on April 18.

The subject had a suspended license and an outstanding driving while intoxicated warrant from the town of Hamburg Police Department.

He was charged with aggravated DWI and other vehicle and traffic charges, and was turned over to the Hamburg Police Department.

Marijuana possession
Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy Theresa Nietzel stopped a vehicle operated by 23-year-old R.J. Kazierczak of Hamburg for an unspecified traffic offense on April 19 in Brant.

The subject was cited for unlawful possession of marijuana and was released on appearance tickets.

Man arrested after Hamburg gasoline theft
Town of Hamburg Police Officer Matthew Sherry and Patrolman Daniel Gallardo responded to a report of a suspicious person complaint at 5:19 a.m. on April 23. The caller said that he saw an individual’s walking back and forth on his neighbor’s property on Smith Road and then across the street. That individual then left in a dark-colored pickup truck.

Police initiated a traffic stop and interviewed the driver and suspect, Wayne Woodruff, 33, of Hamburg. When asked what he was doing at the Smith Road residence, Woodruff said, “I do work for my neighbor. He gave me permission to take gas, whenever I need it.”

Sherry said that he saw a marijuana pipe inside the car’s center console. After Lieutenant Todd Ehret arrived on the scene, the subject was removed from the car and the vehicle was searched. Although no narcotics were found, police found two circular green pills. Poison control reported that these were Clonazepam, a schedule IV drug for which the subject had no prescription.

Police discovered that Woodruff had entered a residence’s detached garage and stolen 10 gallons of gasoline, which he put into his vehicle’s tank. The victim said that he had not given the subject permission to use his garage or take gasoline.

Woodruff was arrested for petit larceny, criminal possession of a controlled substance and burglary third: illegal entry with intent to commit a crime. He was arraigned on April 23 and remanded to the Erie County Holding Center without bail.

DWI arrest made
Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy James Flowers stopped a vehicle operated by 32-year-old Jessie Conrad of West Seneca on Boston State Road on April 19.

A department of motor vehicles check showed that Conrad had a suspended license.

The suspect was charged with aggravated, unlicensed operation second and was transported to the Erie County Holding Center, in lieu of $250 bail.

Buffalo PD warrant served
Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy James Flowers stopped a vehicle on Route 219 in Boston on April 20.

The driver, 37-year-old Rachel Baker, who had no permanent address, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for disorderly conduct from the Buffalo Police Department.

Darien resident arrested
Corey Damba, 25, of Darien was arrested for an unspecified traffic offense in Brant by Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Mosier on April 18.

Police discovered that the subject’s registration had been suspended for parking violations.

Damba was cited for operating with a suspended registration and was released to appear in court, at a later date.


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