Cheektowaga man charged after domestic dispute on boat
HANOVER – On Wednesday, Scott Schieder, 47, of Losson Road in Cheektowaga was charged with second-degree unlawful imprisonment, three counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief and two counts of second-degree harassment.
On July 6, troopers from Collins participating in an underage drinking check in Sunset Bay were notified of a domestic dispute occurring on a boat. Numerous bystanders called 911 after hearing a female calling for help from a boat offshore. Troopers and the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s deputies located the boat and watched as it went across the bay into Snows Marina in the Erie County.
Reportedly the dispute started while Schieder and the female victim were in a bar at Sunset Bay. The dispute continued as they left the bar and got into a boat owned by Schieder. While on the boat, he began to push her around the boat and covered her mouth numerous times to prevent her calling for help, after he had thrown her cell phone into the lake. Before the officers could get to the dock at Snows Marina, Schieder and the victim got off the boat and went to a cottage. Reportedly, Schieder pushed the victim around, ripping her clothes in the process. The victim was finally able to leave and meet troopers after calling a family member.
Troopers were not able to locate Schieder and had arrest warrants issued for him.
On Wednesday, he turned himself into the Town of Hanover Court and was picked up by troopers. He is due in the Towns of Hanover and Brant Courts later this month. Erie County Sheriff’s Depart-ment and the Seneca Nation of Indians Marshals assisted with the case.
Buffalo man charged following accident
DAYTON – On Wed-nesday at about 10:45 p.m., troopers from Collins charged Dominic Kimble, 28, of Carolina Street in Buffalo with driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of marijuana following a minor personal injury accident on State Route 62.
Troopers met Kimble at a home after the accident and reportedly smelled alcohol. He told the troopers that he hit a bump in the road and lost control of his car. He reportedly failed a series of field sobriety tests. The Gowanda Ambulance transported him to Erie County Medical Center to be treated for minor cuts. While checking his car prior to removing it from the scene, troopers reportedly found a pipe containing marijuana.
Kimble is due in the Town of Dayton Court next month to answer the charges.
Silver Creek man charged with criminal mischief
SILVER CREEK – On Saturday, Eric S. Grundhoefer, 24, of 36 Hanover St., Silver Creek was charged with three counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief.
At about 11:30 p.m., Chautauqua County Sheriff’s deputies responded to an altercation at Grundhoefer’s residence. Reportedly he damaged several items at the residence.
Grundhoefer was arraigned in the Town of Hanover Court. He was remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail and is scheduled for the Village of Silver Creek Court at a later date.
Three West Seneca teens charged
at Hanover Beach
HANOVER – On Saturday at about 11:54 p.m., a Chautauqua County Sheriff’s deputy was on foot patrol on the Town of Hanover Beach when he noticed three subjects on the beach.
According to the deputy Maxwell Filipiak, 17, of 1266 Orchard Park Road in West Seneca had marijuana in his possession; Matthew Singer, 17, 4 Neubauer Court in West Seneca also was in possession of marijuana; and Nicolas McManus, 18, of 123 Heritage Farm Road in West Seneca, was in possession of an open container of alcohol.
All three were issued appearance tickets and are scheduled for the Town of Hanover Court at a later date.
State police warn about ‘phishing’ scam in Western New York
The New York State Police are warning citizens of a possible “phishing” scam in Western New York. Residents have received calls from a company that warns of computer viruses and the caller asks for remote access to computers to fix the “problem.”
“Phishing” is an attempt to access personal or financial information, through electronic communication, while posing as a legitimate or trustworthy entity.
Citizens are reminded to never give personal information during unsolicited telephone, text or online communications.
Irving woman charged with DWI
SILVER CREEK – On Saturday evening, Barbara L. Ramsey, 45, of Route 438 Irving was charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, and stopping/standing/ parking on a highway.
Chautauqua County Sheriff’s deputies report a vehicle operated by Ramsey was parked on the highway. Following an investigation, she was charged.
Ramsey is to appear in the Village of Silver Creek Court at a later date to answer the charges.
Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
JAMESTOWN – Tyler D. Bemis, 22, of Falconer was charged with fourth-degree larceny and fraudulent receipt of benefits on July 8. It is alleged that from July 2012 through February of this year, Bemis did not report his employment or income to the Chautauqua County Department of Social Services. This resulted in Bemis receiving $2,668.56 in benefits he was not entitled to receive. He was released on an appearance ticket for Jamestown City Court. To report welfare fraud, contact the County Welfare Fraud Hotline at 1-800-388-5365 or the Sheriff’s WeTip Hotline at 1-800-782-7463.
MAYVILLE – William R. Thomas Jr., 54, of Dewittville was charged with driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .08 or more and having a loud exhaust on July 11. At 10:15 p.m. Thomas’ vehicle was stopped on Sea Lion Drive for a loud exhaust. During this traffic stop, he was found to be intoxicated. Thomas was released on an appearance ticket for Chautauqua Town Court.
HANOVER – Eric C. Lundberg, 51, of Angola was charged with having an open container in public on Saturday. At 10 p.m. , deputies observed Lundberg holding an open container on South Shore Drive.
As police drove by Lundberg he threw the container to the ground. Police instructed Lundberg to pick up the container and dump out the alcohol. He was released on an appearance ticket for Hanover Town Court.
BUSTI – On July 7, Steven C. Cabisca, 40, of Jamestown was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, speeding, one headlight, failure to cover loose cargo, and failure to notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of address change. Reportedly, he was also wanted on an arrest warrant in the City of Jamestown.
A deputy stopped Cabisca for reportedly speeding on the Baker Street Extension at about 10:43 p.m.
The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department turned him over to the Jamestown Police Department. Cabisca will answer the traffic charges in the Town of Busti Court at a later date.
MAYVILLE – On Friday at about 8:30 p.m., Kyle Langer, 23, of Sherman was taken into custody in the village on an outstanding warrant for a probation violation. He was transported to the Chautauqua County jail and will remain there until arraignment in Chautauqua County Court.
Erie County Sheriff’s Office
Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports the arrest of a Salamanca resident for driving while intoxicated and other charges by Sheriff’s Road Patrols on Saturday night.
While on patrol on the Reservation, Deputy Ryan Rogers took into custody Joni J. Jamison, 53, and charged her with aggravated DWI, failure to keep right and failure to maintain the road after investigating a one-car crash on Route 438. Jamison drove off the road and struck a utility pole, knocking wires down.
A breath test revealed her blood alcohol content to be .18 percent, over twice the legal limit. She was processed at the North Collins station and released on appearance tickets for North Collins Court. Rogers was assisted during the investigation by Deputy George Avery.
This was the 189th DWI arrest by Sheriff’s Road Patrols in 2013.