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November 13, 2012

Police reports published Nov. 13

Tonawanda News — Town of Tonawanda 

DWI: Kaitlyn A. Botsford was arrested Friday for aggravated DWI, failure to obey a traffic device and an illegal signal. She was driving on Niagara Falls Boulevard and her blood alcohol level was measured at 0.19 percent.

DRUGS: Michael A. Day was arrested Saturday for unlawful possession of marijuana. He was issued an appearance ticket. 

DRUGS: Ronnette K. Renford was arrested Sunday for unlawful possession of marijuana. He was issued an appearance ticket.

DRUGS: Mitchell D. Silverberg was arrested Sunday for unlawful possession of marijuana, DWI, moving from a lane unsafely and speeding. He was driving on Eggert Road and was issued traffic tickets and an appearance ticket.

DWI: Matthew J. Thomas was arrested Sunday for DWI with a child in the chair, license restriction violation, speeding, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree criminal tampering. He was driving on I-290 with a 15-year-old in the vehicle. Thomas is being held in lieu of $500 bail. 

City of Tonawanda

DWI: Paul K. Harris, 40, of Packard Road, Niagara Falls, was arrested Sunday for DWI and speeding. He was driving on Seymour Street and his blood alcohol level was 0.16 percent. Harris was held for court. 

WARRANT: Keith T. Cotton, 52, of Southpark Street, Buffalo, was arrested on a warrant for criminal obstruction of breathing and menacing. He was held for court. 

North Tonawanda 

DWI: Bouchra Dedovets, 29, 678 Fairmont Ave., was charged at 6:29 p.m. Sunday on East Robinson Street with DWI. Dedovets’ blood alcohol content was 0.23 percent. She is being held in lieu $250 bail. 

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