Saturday, May 5
Springville – Springville Fire Control notified police there was a female at the substation shortly after midnight that “wanted to go to jail.” In speaking with the subject, April R. Brightman, 29, of Buffalo, she reportedly became disorderly and combative. She was subsequently arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstructing governmental administration in the second degree. While en route to the Holding Center, Brightman slipped her handcuffs off forcing the deputy to pull over and resecure her after a brief struggle. Once at the Holding Center, Brightman reportedly attempted to kick a supervisor as she was being processed.
Monday, May 7
Boston – at approximately 6:50 p.m., Adam R. Kephart, 31, of Boston was charged with UPM and operating without an inspection sticker while on Boston State Road. Kephart was issued an appearance ticket.
Sardinia – The ECSO Crash Investigation Unit was called to the scene of a two-car injury accident a the intersection of Olean Road and Route 39 after a southbound vehicle on Olean Road passed a red light and hit an eastbound vehicle on Route 39. One of the drivers was taken to the hospital via Mercy Flight. The investigation is ongoing.
Springville – A vehicle stopped for a lighting defect on East Main Street resulted in the arrest of Jesse J. Dispenza, 22, of Springville, after he was discovered to be in possession of a quantity of Xanax and marijuana. Dispenza was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree as well as UPM. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Springville – The ECSO is investigating a residential burglary on North Buffalo Street in which thieves broke a door to enter the apartment and then took two Sony Playstation 4 controllers, a laptop computer and a lava lamp.
Thursday, May 10
Boston – A vehicle stopped for speeding on Old Lower East Hill Road resulted in the arrest of the driver, Alan J. Raymond, 36, of Concord after he was found to be in possession of marijuana. He was charged with UPM and was released on an appearance ticket.
Springville – A report of a male smoking marijuana inside a vehicle in the WalMart parking lot resulted in the arrest of Brian M. Neitz, 33, of Machias, who was charged with criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree as well as endangering the welfare of a child. He was released in an appearance ticket.