New York State Police for May 13
According to authorities, Troopers responded to a 911 call of a female screaming and found that Carter had left the residence. They spoke with her boyfriend, who had lacerations on his head. The two had been reportedly drinking and began to argue.
During the argument, Carter allegedly threw a glass at her boyfriend, missing him, hitting a window behind him, breaking it and showering him with glass, resulting in his injuries.
The victim was transported to LakeShore Hospital, where he was treated and released.
Carter turned herself in to Troopers the next day. She is due in South Dayton Town Court.
Matthew Beaver, 23, of Fuller Street, Buffalo, was arrested May 3 by Troopers and Gowanda Police on warrants issued by the Buffalo Police Department.
Troopers say they knew that Beaver had active warrants out for him, charging him with third-degree assault and second-degree menacing. They contacted Gowanda Police after seeing Beaver walk into a Gowanda business. When he came out, he was taken into custody without incident.
Beaver was taken to Erie County Holding Center and turned over to Buffalo Police.
Timothy Smith, no age given, of Chestnut Street, Gowanda, was charged May 5 with DWI and unlawful possession of marijuana after being stopped on Aldrich Street for driving with no lights on.
According to authorities, Smith failed field sobriety tests and Troopers found a marijuana cigarette while inventorying his car prior to having it towed. He had a reportable B.A.C. of .13 percent.
Smith is due in Collins Town Court.