Town of Niagara
• CHARGED: Pamela Rose Wolfe-Castellano, 46, 1686 State Road Route 48, Fulton, was charged with driving while intoxicated and moving unsafely from the lane Saturday morning. Wolfe-Castellano was pulled over after swerving several times on Military Road. She was pulled over at St. Leo’s Church parking lot. She failed field sobriety tests and had a positive breath screen test, police said.
• CHARGED: Larry Daniel Boone, 52, 4900 Cambria Road, Lockport, was charged with DWI and failure to keep right Friday night. The patrol observed Boone’s tan pickup truck swerve on Lower Mountain Road several times. Boone failed field sobriety tests and had a positive breath screen test, police said.
City of Tonawanda
• CHARGED: Eric P. Sadowski, 24, 16 Andrews Ave., Cheektowaga, was charged with DWI and a speed violation at 3:05 a.m. Saturday. Sadowski was stopped after he turned off Delaware Avenue after an officer verified his speed by radar at 40 mph in a 30 mph zone, according to the report. Sadowski failed all but one field sobriety tests and admitted to drinking five beers. Sadowski was taken in his blood alcohol content was measured at 0.12 percent. He was held for court.
• CHARGED: Jeremiah J. Renda, 25, 46 17th Ave., North Tonawanda, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance at 9:17 p.m. Friday. He was released on $250 bail.
• CHARGED: Andrew F. Hurley, 20, 1012 Gilmore Ave., North Tonawanda, was charged with petty larceny Saturday. He was arrested after taking items from a grocery store without paying.
• SHOTS FIRED: Police are investigating an incident early Saturday morning where two shots were fired into a Whitney Avenue home. A man at a Whitney Avenue residence told officers that he received a call from an unknown person at about 12:40 a.m. Saturday, with the caller stating that he was owed $100 by the man’s roommate. Shortly after, a person apparently fired two shots into the apartment, with one lodging in a television and another in the ceiling, according to a report. Officers found two .45-caliber shell casings outside the residence, and retrieved one of the slugs. Neighbors had called to report sounds of gunfire on Whitney Avenue at 12:49 a.m, according to reports.
• RESISTING ARREST: Richard J. Coates, 57, 507 Hyde Park Blvd., was arrested late Saturday morning after allegedly striking a police officer who had stopped him to ask about an incident on Grand Avenue. Coates was being questioned about knocking on an elderly woman’s back window when an officer asked to search him for weapons. During the search, Coates became combative, struck the officer in his left shoulder and tried to run away, police said. Coates was charged with misdemeanor counts of obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest.
• POSSIBLE ASSAULT: A 21-year-old Niagara Falls man was treated early Saturday morning for injuries that police believe may have been the result of an assault. The man, who needed 10 to 15 stitches to his forehead and 5 stitches on his inner mouth, first told officers that he had been injured in the “mosh pit” at a skate park concert in Buffalo, but later said he had fallen from a first-floor porch. Officers found no blood near the man’s residence, and the man was uncooperative with further questions.
Town of Niagara
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