≤ A 17-year-old female was charged with a curfew violation after allowed hours on March 18 at around midnight. The juvenile refused to return home after police contacted her guardians. According to the report, she was allegedly going run away and again roam the streets. Her record shows she had similar behaviors last year and failed to follow the court’s findings. After arraignment, which was not stated where, the juvenile was remanded to Erie County Holding Center in lieu of $1,000 bail.
≤ Jennelle L. Fancher-Junghans, 28, of Ashville, was charged with license plate violation and operating a vehicle with a suspended registration on March 19. At 10:13 a.m., patrol stopped Fancher-Junghans’ vehicle for the license plate violation. During the DMV computer check, officers found that the registration on the vehicle was suspended because of an insurance lapse. Fancher-Junghans was arreested and released to appear in Collins Town Court at a later date.
≤ Debbie A. Thompson, 48, of Bagdad Road in Gowanda, was charged with petit larceny on March 19 at around 12:04 p.m. Patrol responded to a report of a disturbance at Shop’n Save. Thompson allegedly was seen walking up the driveway of a Mechanic Street residence with a large bag of stolen empty cans. She attempted to redeem $10 for the refund. Thompson was arraigned in Collins Town Court and remanded to Erie County Holding Center in lieu of $500 bail.
≤ Eric Kendall, 41, of Buffalo Street in Gowanda, was charged with petit larceny on Monday. Patrol reponsded to Shop’n Save where a shoplifting incident allegedly occured. Employees allegedly witnessed Kendall take a can of coffee, valued at $4.99, and place it under his coat and then left. Patrol located Kendall and arrested him for petit larceny. Kendall was arraigned in Collins Town Court and remanded to Erie County Holding Center with bail set at $1,000.
≤ Toby L. Arnold, 29, of Route 39 in Perrysburg, was charged with unlincensed operation, opearting a vehicle with a suspended registration and possession of a hypodermic instrument on Wednesday. At around noon, patrol responded to the parking lot of a Buffalo Street business for a report of a subject unconscious in a vehicle. A DMV check revealed Arnold did not have a license and his vehicle registration was suspended, allegedly. During the investigation of Arnold’s body, a hypodermic needle allegedly fell from his pocket and several empty small baggies were found with other hypodermic needles. More charges are pending after the analysis of the baggies and needles by Central Police Services. Arnold was then released on an appearance ticket to appear in Collins Town Court.