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February 4, 2014

Police reports published Jan. 3

Tonawanda News — City of Tonawanda

VEHICLE: Raymond P. Mang, 24, of Hackett Drive, was charged Monday with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He was held for court.

DRUGS: Alicia M. Geis, 34, of Leawood Drive, Town of Tonawanda, was charged Sunday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, suspended registration and unlawful possession of marijuana. She is being held in lieu of $250 bail.

DWI: Scott A. Morrow, 46, of Morgan Street, was charged Sunday with aggravated DWI, improper turn and failure to keep right. His blood alcohol content was 0.23 percent and he was held for court. 

DWI: Francis M. Christman, 34, of Cottage Street, North Tonawanda, was charged Saturday with DWI, two counts of passing a stop sign, driving the wrong way on a one-way street and criminal possession of a weapon. He had a loaded revolver in his vehicle and he refused to take the breath test. Christman was held for court. 

Kenmore

HARASSMENT: Ralph E. Dichiara, 44, was charged Monday with second-degree aggravated harassment.

THEFT: Ronald J. Lester, 27, was charged Monday with third-degree identity theft.

DWI: Allan S. McMindes, 31, was charged Saturday with DWI and speeding.

ASSAULT: Zachary J. Paul, 19, was charged Friday with second-degree assault.

LARCENY: Roquel Hunter, 40, was charged Thursday with petit larceny and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

LARCENY: Robert D. Turner, 46, was charged Thursday with two counts of petit larceny.

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