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August 25, 2011

Police Blotter for Thursday, Aug. 25

— — North Tonawanda

CANNABIS: Robert C. Hetrick, 46, 19 Ganson St., Upper, was charged Tuesday for growing cannabis, criminal possession of marijuana and tampering with physical evidence. He is being held for court in lieu of $750 bail.

DWI: Daniel D. Serrano, 29, 7344 Ward Road, was charged Tuesday for aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated and uninspected motor vehicle. Serrano, who is being held for court in lieu of $250 bail, allegedly had a 0.18 blood alcohol content at the time of his arrest.

DWI: Arthur J. Harack, 61, 1258 E. Robinson Road, was charged Tuesday for aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated and endangering the welfare of a child. He is being held for court in lieu of $750 bail.

DISORDERLY: William Holliday, 21, 992 Fillmore Ave., Buffalo, was charged Tuesday for disorderly conduct. He is being held for court in lieu of $100 bail.

City of Tonawanda

DAMAGE: Eric Edin, 21, of Minerva Street, was charged Wednesday for larceny for an incident involving a Grove Street church. He was released on a court appearance ticket.

POSSESSION: Joshua Morano, 19, of Courtside Drive and Joseph White, 19, of Huetter Avenue, Buffalo, were charged Wednesday with possession of marijuana after a traffic stop. Both were released on court appearance tickets.

POSSESSION: Aljameen Vogelsang, 35, of Genesee Street, Buffalo, was charged Tuesday with possession of marijuana after being stopped by police for allegedly running a red light. He was released on a court appearance ticket.

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