Friday, November 30, 2018

Wyoming County Sheriff's Blotter

Nov. 22: Deputy NOWAK responded to Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo to take of custody of Amanda SPENCER, 26 of Holland, who had a warrant of arrest for violation of probation out of Wyoming County Probation Department. Deputy NOWAK arrived on location and gained custody of SPENCER from ECMC hospital police. Deputy NOWAK transported SPENCER to Eagle Town Court for arraignment due to Arcade Town Judge not being available. SPENCER was arraigned in front of Judge George. SPENCER was released on her own recognizance pending further action by the court.

Nov. 23: Deputy NOWAK and Deputy SAMPSON responded to the area of 2250 Route 246 in the Town of Perry for a two vehicle accident with injury. 71-year-0old Tedor ZEBRYK of Perry was traveling north bound on State Route 246 when he attempted a left turn into his driveway off of Route 246 in the Town of Perry. ZEBRYK stated that he did not see the vehicle traveling south bound on State Route 246 and the vehicles collided. The second vehicle was approximately 20 feet off the west shoulder of State Route 246. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Joseph REBISZ JR. REBISZ  and complained of neck pain and was transported by Perry Ambulance to Wyoming County Community Hospital.  ZEBRYK was issued a ticket for failure to yield the right of way.

Nov. 24: Bernard CLATEAUX, 39 of Bliss was arrested following a traffic stop on State Route 78 in Java. CLATEAUX was stopped for traffic infractions. CLATEAUX allegedly failed field sobriety tests. CLATEAUX was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Driving with a Blood Alcohol Content Above 0.08%, Failure to Use Turn Signal, Inadequate Plate Lamp, and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. CLATEAUX was released to a sober third party. He is to appear in the Town of Java Court on 12/05/2018.

Nov. 24: Daniel G. Streeter, 65 of Perry, was issued traffic citations following a property damage accident on Silver Lake Road in the Town of Perry.  Streeter was operating his vehicle southbound on Silver Lake Road when he failed to negotiate a left curve in the roadway, drove off the roadway and into a field.  Streeter’s vehicle ran over a roadway marker sign post, and it then became stuck in the field. Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office responded to the accident and found nobody around the vehicle.  The vehicle was towed from the scene by Ott’s Collision. On November 26, 2018 Streeter presented at the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office at which time he was issued traffic tickets for Speed Not Reasonable and Prudent, Moved from Lane Unsafely, and Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident.  Streeter was scheduled to answer the charges in the Town of Perry Court on December 12, 2018.