Gowanda Police log for Aug. 5
According to authorities, Silverheels is a New York State parolee who had been released on parole from a state correctional facility.
Silverheels was arraigned in Collins Town court and remanded to Erie County Holding Center, pending his parole violation hearing.
• Daniel J. Zamborik, 46, of Ivory Road, Carroll, was charged July 24 with seat belt violation and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation after being stopped on Buffalo Street for not wearing a seatbelt.
According to authorities, a DMV check revealed that Zamborik’s license had been suspended on Dec. 9, 2011 for his vehicle having no insurance in effect. The vehicle that Zamborik was driving July 24 was legal and had insurance.
Zamborik is due in Collins Town Court.
• Sterling S. Doctor, 21, of North Chapel Street, Gowanda, was charged July 22 with operating without a helmet, second-degree fleeing from an officer in a vehicle, reckless operation, stop sign violation, aggravated unlicensed operation, unregistered vehicle and operating an uninsured vehicle after, Patrol says, they observed him operating an ATV on North Chapel Street without a helmet and no registration on the ATV.
According to authorities, when Patrol attempted to stop Doctor, he refused, leading them on a vehicle chase with speeds in excess of 60 mph. Doctor was finally stopped at the end of Panther Drive, near the school.
A DMV check revealed that Doctor’s license had been suspended on Oct. 9, 2009, and that the ATV was not registered, nor was it insured.
Doctor was arraigned in Persia Town Court and remanded to Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail.
• Ray Silverheels, 25, of Seneca Street, Lawtons, was charged July 18 with second-degree obstructing governmental administration, unlawful possession of marijuana and resisting arrest after Patrol responded to Mechanic Street for a report of someone attempting to break into a parked vehicle.
According to authorities, as Patrol approached the scene, they saw Silverheels flee, and he then led them on a foot chase through numerous back yards, ignoring their instructions to stop and that he was under arrest. In addition, Patrol says Silverheels was found with a small amount of marijuana.
Silverheels is due in Collins Town Court.
• Douglas R. Pasinski, 28, of Perry Street, Gowanda, was arrested July 16 on a warrant issued for him stemming from a domestic incident that took place in Fredonia.
According to authorities, Patrol was notified by Fredonia Police that Pasinski was wanted on a warrant. Patrol went to Pasinski’s residence, where they found him hiding in a closet. Also, Pasinski allegedly gave Patrol a false name to elude arrest; he was then charged with criminal impersonation.
Pasinski was turned over to Fredonia Police and is due in Collins Town Court.
• Ellen Geiger, 32, of Park Street, Gowanda, was charged July 13 with second-degree criminal mischief after Patrol responded to the report of vandalism at a Bader Avenue address.
According to authorities, Patrol was notified that Geiger allegedly intentionally scraped the paint on someone’s vehicle, with a key, causing damage in excess of $2,000.
Geiger is due in Collins Town Court.
• Kyle King, 21, of Bader Avenue, Gowanda, was arrested July 13 on a warrant issued by Persia Town Court for failing to appear to answer to the charge of fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
According to authorities, King was released from the Erie County Holding Center on July 13 on an unrelated charge. Upon his release, he was turned over to Gowanda Police.
King was arraigned in Persia Town Court and remanded to Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail.
• Dennis Ziegler, 67, of Mosher Hollow Road, Cattaraugus, was charged July 9 with disorderly conduct, second-degree harassment and resisting arrest after Patrol responded to the old Burger King lot on Jamestown Street in response to a report of a suspicious male.
According to authorities, Patrol said Ziegler was yelling and swearing at anyone in the vicinity, and they attempted to reason with him. Ziegler allegedly became aggressive toward patrol, swearing at them, pushing them and attempting to fight with them.
Ziegler was arraigned in Persia Town court and remanded to Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail.
New York State Police assisted with the arrest.