Erie County Sheriff's report for May 20
According to authorities, the neighbor has an order of protection against Szczygielski, which she allegedly violated.
Szczygielski was transported to Erie County Holding Center, pending arraignment in Collins Town Court.
• Kyle King, 21, of Gowanda, was charged May 12 with criminal mischief and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle following an incident at a South Quaker Road residence.
According to authorities, Deputies responded to a complaint from a South Quaker Road resident that her 2005 Dodge pickup was taken from her residence without her permission. The vehicle was located on Wheater Road, Collins, and was occupied.
As Deputies approached the truck, a male suspect ran into the woods and led Deputies on a short foot chase.
King was taken to Erie County Holding Center, pending arraignment in Collins Town Court. In addition, he was held on two outstanding warrants from Gowanda Police Department.
State Troopers assisted Deputies with taking King into custody.
• Mark Dudley, 35, of Bowen Road, Otto, was charged May 10 with third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child after Deputies responded to a complaint.
According to authorities, the complainant said that her daughter had allegedly been assaulted by Dudley.
Dudley was transported to Erie County Holding Center, pending arraignment.
• Sheriff’s Deputies say that the owner of Hamburg Camp Auto Sales contacted them May 7 that an unknown person(s) had damaged four of the vehicles on his sales lot by cutting off the catalytic converters. Damage was estimated at $2,500.
The Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau is conduction the investigation.
• Barry Brillhart, 24, of North Collins, was charged May 10 with criminal mischief, unlawful possession of marijuana and trespassing; Dalton Witczak, 20, of North Collins, was charged with trespassing and unlawful possession of marijuana; and William Hasties, 19, of Angola, was charged with trespassing, along with two other 17-year-old males, who were charged with trespassing, following a complaint that a Jeep was in a hay field off Jennings Road in North Collins. The complainant said that his hay was damaged by the Jeep, and while the vehicle was being towed, the six occupants returned to claim the vehicle.
All of the individuals are due in North Collins Town Court.
• Jason Scanlon, 33, of Lackawanna, was charged May 12 with six counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, two counts of criminally possessing a hypodermic needle, aggravated unlicensed operation for driving on a suspended license, and numerous other infractions of the vehicle and traffic law following a vehicle striking a telephone pole, shearing it in half on Langford Road in North Collins.
Scanlon is due in North Collins Town Court. In addition, he was also wanted by Blasdell Village Police on an outstanding warrant. He was turned over to Blasdell Police.