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September 24, 2013

Police reports published Sept. 25

Tonawanda News — City of Tonawanda

WARRANT: Richard E. Litka, 53, of Fredericka Street, North Tonawanda, surrendered Tuesday on a warrant for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle. He was held for court. 

WARRANT: Brett R. Balch, 21, of Argonne Drive, Kenmore, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant for suspended registration. He was held for court. 

INTERLOCK: Lynn M. Miles, 44, of Pompano Place, Amherst, was charged Monday with circumventing an interlock device, no driver's license and passing a red light. She was released on an appearance ticket. 

North Tonawanda

TOUCHING: Shawn M. Lydic, 32, 908 Oliver St., lower, was charged at 12:42 a.m. Tuesday at Oliver Street and 11th Avenue with forcible touching. Lydic is being held in lieu of $500 bail. 

HARASSMENT: James A. Pucula, 28, 142 Robert Drive, Apt. A-4, was charged at 12:33 a.m. Tuesday with second-degree harassment and fourth-degree criminal mischief. He was held for court. 

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