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CONTEMPT: Roy C. Sampman, 24, 249 Breckenridge St., Buffalo, was charged at 4:05 p.m. Thursday with criminal contempt for violating an order of protection that had been signed against him during a court appearance hours earlier. “The ink wasn’t even dry on the order of protection when officers saw him and his girlfriend having dinner at McDonalds,” Lt. Fredric Foels said. Sampman was held for court.
MARIJUANA: Cody P. Konstanty, 21, and Timothy J. Mikos Jr., 19, both of 122 19th Ave. Apt. 1, were charged at 1:17 a.m. Friday with unlawful possession of marijuana. Both were released on their own recognizance.
DWI: Emilyann Winkowski, 22, 6479 Ward Road, Sanborn, was charged at 4:50 a.m. Friday with aggravated DWI and unsafe start. Winkowski’s blood-alcohol level was 0.21 percent. She is being held in lieu of $250 bail.
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DRUGS: Alexander J. Durham, 19, Buffalo, was charged at 12:13 a.m. Friday with fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Police found in Durham’s car a jar containing marijuana, and also found a blue pill identified later as oxycodone. Durham had more than 33 grams of marijuana in the car, police said.
BURGLAR TOOLS: Patrick L. Morrison, 26, of Ransomville, was charged at 3:14 a.m. Friday with possession of burglar’s tools after police saw Morrison, who was dressed all in black, trying to open the driver’s side door of a vehicle parked on Henderson Avenue. When questioned about the incident, Morrison said he was out smoking a cigarette. However, police found in his pockets a screwdriver, metal pick and pliers. Morrison claimed he was working on his car earlier in the day and forgot to take the items out of his pants. Police said Morrison, who is being held in lieu of $500 bail, had previously been arrested for larceny.
BURGLARY: A total of $8,700 in construction equipment was stolen from a construction site between Wednesday and Thursday. Among the stolen items was a Miller Bobcat and a Stihl chainsaw.
MISCHIEF: Police were called to Augustana Lutheran Church on Eggert Road Thursday evening for a report of a drunk elderly man who broke a window. Police reported that the man used a bottle of Jack Daniels to break the window. When asked why he did it, the man told police that “God told him to,” according to reports. Police were able to contact the man’s daughter, who said he suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and had driven off earlier in the day without telling anyone. The church declined to press charges.
DISORDERLY: Eli L. Clark, 19, of Buffalo, and Cedric D. Clark, 18, of Tonawanda, were charged at 2:32 a.m. Wednesday with disorderly conduct for being loud in the street and swearing at police. Both were released on appearance tickets.
WARRANT: Samuel Lewis, 52, of Richmond, Va., surrendered Wednesday on a warrant for a town ordinance violation.
HARASSMENT: Mary Lou Schultz, 66, 4378 Townline Road, Lockport, was charged Wednesday with second-degree harassment. Deputies arrived at Schultz’s home, where they saw the victim sitting on top of Schultz. A fight reportedly broke out between the two when the victim tried to take away Schultz’s car keys, preventing Schultz from drinking and driving. Schultz then hit the victim and bit off the victim’s necklace, a report said. Deputies said Schultz was transported to Niagara Memorial Hospital and later released after she started punching and scratching herself, and pulling her own hair in attempts to blame the injuries on the victim. Schultz is scheduled to appear Tuesday on Town of Cambria Court.
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