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Police report from the Journal week of March 17

Springville Police  Department

– Feb. 22, Patrol assisted Erie County Sheriff’s deputies at an automobile accident on Route 219.
– Feb. 22, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies with a larceny arrest at Wal-Mart.
– Feb. 23, The department’s K-9 Unit assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies with a traffic stop and subsequent arrest for possession of marijuana.
– Feb. 23, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies at a possible robbery and grand larceny in the village.
– Feb. 24, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies with a drug arrest on West Main Street.
– Feb. 26, The department’s commercial truck enforcement unit and the New York State Department of Transportation performed truck inspections on North Cascade Drive.
– Feb. 27, Patrol investigated a report of youths’ throwing snowballs on Church Street.
– Feb. 28, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies at a property dispute on Pearl Street.
– March 1, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies at a domestic incident on North Central Avenue.
– March 1, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies at a disturbance on West Main Street.
– March 2, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies at a mental health-related call on Boston-Springville Road.
– March 2, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies with a traffic stop and subsequent arrest for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and unauthorized possession of marijuana.
– March 3, Patrol assisted a motorist who was locked out of a vehicle on West Main Street.
– March 6, The department’s commercial truck enforcement unit and the New York State Department of Transportation performed truck inspections on North Cascade Drive.
– March 8, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies at a property damage automobile accident at North Central Avenue and Eaton Street.
– March 8, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies with a welfare check, following a 911 hangup call from a Woodward Avenue resident.
– March 9, Patrol assisted Erie County sheriff’s deputies in responding to a report of three suspicious young people at Tim Hortons.

Two sent to hospital after accident
Erie County Sheriff Timothy Howard reported the arrest of a Springville man for driving while intoxicated, on March 9 at 5:49 a.m., following a one-car accident.

Erie County sheriff’s deputies Jason Bouton and James Flowers reported to Sharp Street, near Genesee Road in Concord, responding to an incident in which a vehicle had driven off the road and into a ditch.

The police discovered that a car, driven by 21-year-old Timothy Geesey of Springville, had gone off the road and into a ditch, causing damage to the vehicle and minor injuries to Geesey and his male passenger. Both individuals were taken, by ambulance, to Bertrand Chaffee Hospital, for treatment of lacerations and abrasions.

After completing further investigation and an interview at the hospital, police determined that Geesey had been intoxicated. The subject was arrested and charged with DWI and other vehicle and traffic violations. Geesey refused all blood alcohol tests and was released at the hospital with an appearance ticket for the town of Concord Court, at a later date.

Geesey’s vehicle was towed from the scene.

This was the 65th DWI arrest made by the Erie County Sheriff’s Office, this year.


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