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Police reported incidents from the week of Sept. 7



Domestic dispute leads to arrest
Boston state troopers arrested James Eckert, 24, of Boston, for criminal mischief, after responding to a domestic dispute in the town of Boston on Aug. 5.

Troopers responded to a residence on Creekside Court in Boston, after a female at that location called to report her boyfriend, Eckert, had damaged property there, after an argument they had. Eckert was located by troopers in the town of Hamburg. He was arrested and transported to the Boston barracks, where he was charged with criminal mischief fourth degree, processed and arraigned. Eckert was released, after an order of protection was issued, at arraignment.

Concord woman arrested for DWI
A Holland state trooper received a call of a vehicle travelling erratically on Warner Gulf Road in the town of Holland, on Aug. 21, at 5:30 p.m. The trooper interviewed the witnesses and received a license plate number. The vehicle had pulled into a driveway on Warner Gulf Road. The trooper interviewed the operator, Kelly Simmons, 47, of Concord.

He observed signs of intoxication and Simmons failed field sobriety tests. She was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated and submitted a breath sample with a reading of .24 percent blood alcohol concentration. Simmons was issued traffic tickets, returnable to Holland Court, at a later date.

Drug charges leveled
New York State trooper Paul Landwehr was monitoring traffic at the intersection of routes 16 and 39, in the town of Yorkshire, on Aug. 12. He observed a male driver stopped at the stoplight, lighting and smoking marijuana in a pipe, while waiting for the light to change.

Landwehr stopped the vehicle and identified the driver as Andrew Patton, 24, of Delevan. A search of the vehicle revealed marijuana, associated paraphernelia and pills. Patton was arrested for criminal possession of controlled substance seventh, unlawful possession of marijuana, criminal possession of marijuana fifth (public view) and a public health law violation (non-original container). Patton was issued appearance tickets and will answer the charges in the town of Yorkshire Court, at a later date.


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