New York State Police report for June 10
According to authorities, a computer check revealed that Card was wanted on a probation violation warrant from Chautauqua County.
Card was transported to Chautauqua County Jail in Mayville, pending a court appearance.
• On May 20, Troopers say they investigated a minor personal injury accident on Old Lakeshore Road that led to three Buffalo teen being charged,
Troopers responded to the scene and found a car had left the road and hit a mobile home. Two of the car's occupants had been transported to Lake Shore Hospital for evaluation, while the third remained at the scene.
The investigation found that the three had been at Bennett Beach most of the day, drinking prior to the accident.
Elizabeth Miller, 17, of Evanson Place;Connor Quinn, 17, of Downing Street; and Hannah Zdon, 16, of Doat Street, were charged with unlawful possession of alcohol under 21 years of age. Zdon was also charged with DWI and, Troopers say, had a B.A.C. of .09 percent.
Miller, Quinn and Zdon are due in Brant Town Court.
• On May 29, Troopers charged five Hamburg residents with trespassing, following a call from the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Department.
According to authorities, Troopers responded and checked the area around the abandoned JN Adam grounds, but were unable to locate anyone in the area.
Having been told that an unknown number of people were on the grounds, Troopers continued checking the area and found a car parked in front of the old Perrysburg store. Eventually, Troopers spotted individuals walking down Peck Hill Road and subsequently charged Nicole Green, 23, of Euclid Avenue; John Tonzola, 22, of East Main Street; Kelsey Mueller, 20, of Main Street; Adam Franz, 20, of Lake Street; and Nicole Gould, 19, of Main Street.
All are due in Perrysburg Town Court.
• Daniel Grover, 34, of South Chapel Street, Gowanda, was arrested May 31 on a parole violation warrant by Troopers and New York State Parole Officers, after being located at a residence on Lakeshore Drive in Angola.
• Jennifer Heidemann, 25, of Phelps, was charged May 27 with first-degree promoting prison contraband and criminal possession of a hypodermic needle after being apprehended by prison officials as she allegedly attempted to enter Collins Correctional Facility with a hypodermic needle filled with blood.
Heidemann is due in Collins Town Court.
• Brandon Klitz, 26, of East Main Street, Fredonia, was charged May 22 with unlawful possession of marijuana after doing a U-turn to allegedly avoid a seatbelt check point at Routes 5 and 20.
According to authorities, Klitz had no driver’s license and was found with a small amount of marijuana.
• Autumn Baker, 19, of Hanford Road, Silver Creek, was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana, after she was stopped at the check point for talking on a cell phone.
According to authorities, Baker was found with approximately two grams of marijuana, but later she produced a large bag containing approximately 35 grams of marijuana.
Klitz and Baker are due in Hanover Town Court.
• Kelly Nephew, 51, of Route 438, Gowanda, was charged May 22 with unlawful possession of marijuana after being stopped for speeding on Route 438.
According to authorities, Nephew was found with 5 grams of marijuana in a baggie and with a glass pipe.
Nephew is due in Brant Town Court.
• Dallas Cerza, 49, of Williamsburg, Va., was charged May 27 with resisting arrest following an incident the evening before.
According to authorities, Cerza reportedly was jumping into traffic on Route 20, near Seneca Hawk, around 10 p.m. Troopers, along with Erie County Sheriff’s Deputies, responded.
Cerza allegedly continued his dangerous and erratic behavior, as the officers tried to calm him down. He was eventually taken down by officers and transported to LakeShore Hospital for evaluation.
Cerza is due in Brant Town Court.
In addition to Erie County Sheriff’s Deputies, Troopers were assisted by SNI Marshals.
• Charles Smith, 32, of West Main Street, Gowanda, was charged May 27 with second-degree menacing after Troopers responded to West Becker Road, Collins, for a report of a male allegedly pointing a long gun at his brother in a threatening manner. Following the incident, Troopers say the victim fled the scene on his ATV to notify police.
Smith is due in Collins Town Court.
• Lisa Ramsey, 24, of Route 438, Irving, was charged May 27 with aggravated DWI after being stopped on Route 438 for speeding.
According to authorities, Ramsey had a B.A.C. of .18 percent.
Ramsey is due in Brant Town Court.