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December 8, 2012

Police reports published Dec. 8

Tonawanda News — Town of Tonawanda

LARCENY: Christopher J. Kares was arrested Nov. 30 for petit larceny. He allegedly shoplifted food from a store on Colvin Boulevard. He is being held in lieu of $250 bail.

DWI: Timothy S. Haack was arrested Sunday for DWI, failure to keep right and two equipment violations. His blood alcohol level was 0.12 percent.

DWI: Daniel R. Slawinowski was arrested Sunday for DWI and moving from a lane unsafely. He was issued traffic tickets.

DRUGS: Patrick J. Washington Jr. was arrested Monday for unlawful possession of marijuana.

DRUGS: Benjamin R. Clifford was arrested Wednesday for unlawful possession of marijuana and two equipment violations. He was issued two traffic tickets and an appearance ticket.

DRUGS: Adrian T. Shears was arrested Wednesday for unlawful possession of marijuana, an equipment violation and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle. He is being held in lieu of $250 bail.

MISCHIEF: Zachary D. Canty was arrested Wednesday for third-degree criminal mischief. He allegedly damaged a parked car. 

North Tonawanda

IMPERSONATION: Ashley P. Schmitz, 21, of Oliver Street, was arrested Friday for second-degree criminal impersonation and second-degree aggravated harassment. She was held for court.

City of Tonawanda

DWI: Maung A. Nai, 41, of Congress Street, Buffalo, surrendered Friday on a warrant for DWI. He was held for court.

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