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March 9, 2012

POLICE BLOTTER: Published reports from March 10

— — City of Tonawanda

POSSESSION: Raymond D. Marzec, 21, Hackett Drive, was arrested at 7:26 p.m. Thursday for possession of marijuana. He was released on a court appearance ticket.

WARRANT: Frank J. Oddo, 30, Shepard Street, Kenmore, surrendered to police at 9:50 a.m. Friday on three separate warrants for second-degree aggravated harassment, criminal mischief, destroying a mobile phone, trespass, second-degree harassment, second-degree coercion and unlawful imprisonment. He was held for court.

Town of Tonawanda

STOLEN PROPERTY: John Quinones was arrested at 4:18 p.m. Monday for criminal possession of stolen property. Town police were requested at a Sheridan Drive restaurant to assist Cheektowaga police detectives with an investigation. The detectives were investigating a grand larceny in which the items had been for sale on eBay. The seller/suspect was on his way to the restaurant to meet the detectives, believing they were interested buyers. When Quinones arrived, police identified themselves and located two stolen Cook Top items, valued at $3,630, in his car.

DWI: Lawrence D. Bless was arrested at 12:52 a.m. Wednesday for felony DWI after he was stopped on Highland Parkway for driving without his headlights on. The officer noticed an odor of alcohol on his breath. Bless said he had 3 or 4 beers and was going to his girlfriend’s. Police advised Bless to call his girlfriend and arrange to be picked up. The girlfriend arrived and told police she would drive Bless to her place. A second officer watched Bless walk back to his car, get inside and drive away. Police stopped him again and Bless said he was going to follow his girlfriend home. Bless failed field sobriety tests and refused a breath test. Bless was convicted of DWI in April 2006, making this arrest a felony.

POSSESSION: Cory J. Dinelli was charged at 10:04 a.m. Wednesday with unlawful possession of marijuana after he was stopped for driving a car with an obstructed view. Police noticed an odor of marijuana and Dinelli admitted he had marijuana on him and inside the car.

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