Erie County Sheriff's report for Aug. 5
According to authorities, Martin allegedly threatened a neighbor and the neighbor’s son during a business transaction.
Martin is due in Collins Town Court.
• Sheriff’s Deputies responded July 28 to the report of a motorcyclist down, with injuries, on Route 219 near Rice Road in Boston.
Tammy Skowronski, 51, of Gowanda, sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the accident. She was transported to Bertrand Chaffee Hospital in Springville to be treated, and subsequently charged with DWI and lane violation.
Skowronski is due in Boston Town Court. Blood-test results are pending.
• Sheriff’s Deputies and Village of North Collins Police Officers responded July 30 to the report of the evacuation of employees from Crescent Manufacturing on Eagle Drive, North Collins, due to a possible chemical spill.
According to authorities, Deputies spoke with the plant manager, who stated that during the process of making a vat of toilet bowl cleaner, a cloud of hydrochloric vapor formed, which led to the evacuation.
Members from the North Collins, Lawtons and Langford-New Oregon fire departments responded, as well as the North Collins and Eden emergency squads.
The fire departments determined that the Erie County Hazardous Materials Team should be brought in to evaluate the situation.
Three employees were complaining of complications from smelling the vapors, one of whom was transported to LakeShore Hospital for evaluation.
The Haz-Mat Team determined that a spill did not exist, and the vapor cloud dissipated; the scene was safe for re-entry.
• Angelo Smielinski, 22, of Thiel Road, North Collins, and Michael Butcher, 30, also of Thiel Road, North Collins, were charged July 25 with unlawfully growing cannabis and unlawful possession of marijuana following an erratic driver complaint in the village of North Collins.
Smielinski, was also charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Tyler Renaldo, 21, another occupant of the residence, was also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
North Collins Village Police assisted the Deputies in this incident.
• A Sheriff’s Deputy stopped a vehicle July 24 on Main Street, North Collins, and learned that the 17-year-old male driver from North Collins only possessed a junior driver’s license and was driving past 9 p.m. In addition, during the stop, an electronic stun gun (a prohibited weapon in New York State) was found in the 17-year-old’s possession.
The teen was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and driving past 9 p.m.
• On July 28, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the report of a stolen vehicle from a Jennings Road, North Collins resident.
The vehicle was located in Eden, where three people were seen running from the stolen car.
All three were subsequently charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Their names were not released due to their age. They are due in North Collins Town Court.