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Fire and Police reports for the Journal week of June 14

Police Reports

Erie County Sheriff’s deputies responded to several calls in Boston, Colden, Concord, Sardinia and Springville between May 31 and June 6. Following is a sampling of the incidents:

Boston

– June 1, Patrol arrested Jeffrey Crosta, 45, of Orchard Park for driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Route 219. He was released on appearance tickets to appear in Boston Court at a later date.

– Patrol investigated one property damage automobile accident in the town of Boston between May 31-June 6.

Colden

– Patrol investigated one property damage automobile accident in the town of Colden between May 31-June 6.

Concord

– Patrol investigated four property damage automobile accidents in the town of Concord between May 31-June 6.

Springville

– June 2, Patrol arrested Shawn Wiedemann, 20, of Springville for felony criminal mischief following an incident on Chestnut Street. He was held at the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment.

– June 6, Patrol arrested Heather Salzler, 30, of Springville and Jena Croakman, 22, of Delevan, for criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument. Patrol also arrested Bailey Woodworth, 26, of Springville, for criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana, following a traffic stop on Waverly Street. All three were released on appearance tickets to appear in Springville Court at a later date.

– Patrol investigated one property damage automobile accident in the village of Springville between May 31-June 6.

Springville Police Department

– May 26, Patrol assisted with escorting a motorcycle rally.

– May 26, Patrol assisted with traffic for the Memorial Day parade.

– May 27, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies with a burglary investigation on West Main Street.

– May 28, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies with a traffic arrest on North Central Avenue.

– May 28, Patrol assisted with traffic for the 5K run through the village.

– May 28, Patrol stopped Haley Hazeltine, of Delevan, for driving through a red light, and upon checking her license, found it had been suspended. She was arrested and released on appearance tickets.

– May 29, The department’s Commercial Truck Enforcement Unit and the New York State Department of Transportation performed truck inspections on North Cascade Drive.

– May 30, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies with investigating a suspicious person on Woodward Avenue.

– May 30, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies with a larceny from the Skate Park.

– May 30, Patrol assisted with a personal injury automobile accident on Cattaraugus Street.

– June 3, Patrol was requested to assist at Concord Court.

– June 4, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies with a car/bear accident on South Cascade Drive.

– June 6, Patrol investigated a report of a suspicious person on Mill Street.

– June 6, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies in trying to locate a missing 16-year-old female at the Dairy Festival.

– June 7, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies with a report of a man with a gun in the town of Boston.

Niagara Falls man arrested in Ashford

Benjamin G. Rager, 30, of Niagara Falls, was stopped for speeding by a Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s deputy on June 8, on Route 219 in the town of Ashford,

A check of Rager’s license revealed that it had been revoked for a past driving while intoxicated offense. Additionally, he was operating a vehicle not equipped with an ignition interlock device as required.

Rager was charged with misdemeanor of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree, the misdemeanor of operating a vehicle without an ignition device and speeding. He was released on appearance tickets and was scheduled to appear in the town of Ashford Court in June.

Fire Report

– June 4, 10:55 a.m., Chaffee-Sardinia firefighters responded to a first aid call on Route 39.

– June 4, 5:24 p.m., Mortons Corners firefighters responded to a fire alarm on Route 39.

– June 5, 5:25 a.m., Springville firefighters responded to a first aid call on West Main Street. Transported to Bertrand Chaffee Hospital.

– June 5, 1:31 p.m., Chaffee-Sardinia firefighters responded to a first aid call on Creek Road.

– June 6, 5:21 p.m., East Concord firefighters responded to a first aid call on Morse Road.

– June 7, 3:41 p.m., Springville firefighters responded to a first aid call on Franklin Street. Transported to BCH.

– June 7, 10:16 p.m., Springville firefighters responded to a first aid call on West Main Street. Transported to BCH.

– June 8, 11:37 a.m., Chaffee-Sardinia firefighters responded to a fire alarm on Savage Road.

– June 8, 12:31 p.m., Chaffee-Sardinia firefighters responded to a first aid call on

West Avenue. Transported to BCH


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