Tonawanda News

April 16, 2013

Police reports published April 16

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The Tonawanda News

Tonawanda News — City of Tonawanda

MENACING: William M. Renczkowski, 61, of Murray Terrace, was arrested Sunday for second-degree menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and second-degree harassment. He was held for court.

DWI: Melissa M. McIntyre, 41, of Elmwood Avenue, Kenmore, was arrested Sunday for DWI, texting while driving, speeding and failure to keep right. She refused a breath test and was held for court.

DRUGS: Gary A. Zipp, 30, of South Avenue, Niagara Falls, was arrested Saturday for unlawful possession of marijuana, failure to stop at a stop sign and speeding. He was released on an appearance ticket.

DRUGS: Christopher G. Satarian, 28, of 89th Street, Niagara Falls, was arrested Saturday for unlawful possession of marijuana. He was released on an appearance ticket.

CONTEMPT: Kevin Carpenter, 47, of Ontario Avenue, Niagara Falls, was arrested Saturday for criminal contempt. He was held for court. 

DRUGS: Nicholas P. Faraci, 24, of Cornwall Avenue, Town of Tonawanda, was arrested Saturday for unlawful possession of marijuana and failure to keep right. He was released on an appearance ticket.

DRUGS: Alexander T. Skupien, 22, of Forbes Street, North Tonawanda, was arrested Saturday for unlawful possession of marijuana. He was released on an appearance ticket.

DWI: Steven M. Huber, 32, of Scott Street, was arrested Saturday for DWI, operating a motor vehicle without a driver’s license and unsafe backing of a vehicle. He refused a breath test and was held for court.

LARCENY: Tracey A. Lee, 47, of Oliver Street, North Tonawanda, was arrested Friday for shoplifting. She was released on an appearance ticket. 

North Tonawanda

DWI: Krystal L. Conlan, 27, 2080 River Road, Lot 186, was charged at 12:09 a.m. Monday with DWI. Police said her blood alcohol content was 0.29 percent and she is being held in lieu of $750 bail. 

HARASSMENT: William H. Culver, 29, 957 Pioneer Drive, was charged at 3:38 a.m. Tuesday with second-degree harassment. Culver was held for court.