New York State Police report for Sept. 9
According to authorities, Troopers saw Hummel turn without signaling and noticed that a brake light was out on his car. Troopers say they also found Hummel with a plastic baggy containing 28 grams of marijuana.
Hummel is due in Evans Town Court.
• Andrew Young, 20, of Mileblock Road, Lawtons, was charged Aug. 26 with third-degree criminal mischief and second-degree aggravated harassment following a domestic incident at his home.
According to authorities, Young reportedly called his mother multiple times while she was away shopping, allegedly threatening to burn the house down on the last call.
When Young’s mother returned, she said she found two broken flat-screen TVs and numerous other household items.
Young was arraigned in Brant Town Court and remanded to Erie County Holding Center on $2,000 bail.
SNI Marshals assisted with the investigation and subsequent arrest of Young.
• Julie Westermeier, 36, of Attica, was charged Aug. 26 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (Suboxone), criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, and first-degree promoting prison contraband following an incident at Collins Correctional Facility.
According to authorities, Corrections Officers searched Westermeier prior to her visiting an inmate and, they say, they discovered she had a small amount of Suboxone with her, and was attempting to bring it into the facility.
Westermeier was arraigned in Brant Town Court and remanded to Erie County Holding Center in lieu of $10,000 bail.
• Timothy Heyden, 57, of Middle Road, East Concord, was charged Aug. 27 with DWI after being stopped on Brown Street in Collins for moving in and out of the designated lane.
According to authorities, Heyden had a reportable B.A.C. of .15 percent.
Heyden is due in Collins Town Court.
• Charles Eddy, 50, of Route 39, Collins, was charged Aug. 28 with using a cell phone while driving after a traffic stop on Route 62 at Richardson Road in Collins.
According to authorities, a computer check revealed that there was an active arrest warrant out for him, issued by Cattaraugus County Family Court.
Eddy was turned over to a Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Deputy.