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June 25, 2014

Police reports published June 25

Tonawanda News — City of Tonawanda

FORGERY: Laren K. Johnson, 20, of Wende Avenue, Buffalo, and Ellie R. Clark, 16, of Delaware Street, were charged Tuesday with second-degree forgery, criminal possession of stolen property and second-degree identity theft. They allegedly stole credit cards in Amherst and used them at businesses in Tonawanda. Charges are pending in Amherst. Johnson and Clark were held for court.

WARRANT: Brian M. Childs, 29, of Minerva Street, surrendered Tuesday on a bench warrant for suspended registration. He was held for court. 

WARRANT: Thomas S. Depasquale, 20, of Morgan Street, surrendered Monday on a bench warrant for suspended registration. All fines were paid.

North Tonawanda

CONTEMPT: Christine D. Lacombe, 50, of Oliver Street, was charged at 11:45 p.m. Monday at her home with second-degree criminal contempt. She was held for court. 

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