New York State Police report for Sept. 2
According to authorities, Gierszewski and Lathrorp were found with glass pipes containing marijuana.
Gierszewski and Lathrorp are due in South Dayton Village Court.
• Ryan Rodriguez, 20, of Cayuga Road, Lawtons, was charged Aug. 22 with DWI following a traffic stop on Route 438 for not wearing a seatbelt.
According to authorities, Rodriguez had a reportable B.A.C. of .11 percent.
Rodriguez is due in Brant Town Court.
• Joshua Sanchez, 18, of John Drive, Angola, was charged Aug. 16 with unlawful possession of marijuana after being stopped on Route 438 in Collins for speeding.
Authorities say that Sanchez was found with a small amount of marijuana and a pipe containing residue.
Sanchez is due in Collins Town Court.
• Charisse Twoguns, 24, of Orchard Meadows, Irving, was charged Aug. 16 with aggravated DWI after Troopers responded to a call of a car off the road on Prospect Street near Indian Hill Road in Gowanda.
Authorities say that Twoguns’ car was found off the road in the scrubs, near a residence. She had a reportable B.A.C. of .22 percent.
Twoguns is due in Perrysburg Town Court.
• Susan Kohler, 44, of Buffalo Street Extension, Gowanda, was charged Aug. 13 with two counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief after she allegedly broke two panes of glass at a Buffalo Street Extension address during a disturbance with the homeowner.
Kohler is due in Collins Town Court.
• Lucy Bragg, 33, of Bickford Avenue, Buffalo, was charged Aug. 14 with first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, third-degree grand larceny and eight counts of falsifying business records following an investigation by the New York State Department of Labor.
According to authorities, Bragg allegedly received $3,645 worth of unemployment benefits between November 2011 and January 2012, while she was employed.
Bragg is due in Buffalo City Court.
• Mario Espinoza, 41, of Goemble Avenue, Buffalo, was charged Aug. 16 with DWI following an early morning personal injury motorcycle accident on Route 39 in Perrysburg, just north of Stafford Hill Road.
According to authorities, Espinoza was northbound on Route 39, when he left the roadway and went into the ditch.
Gowanda Police were first on the scene and told Troopers that Espinoza had fled into the woods.
A K-9 from Erie County Sheriff’s Department responded and helped Troopers and Gowanda Police locate Espinoza, who was found hinding near the scene in the bushes.
Troopers say that Espinoza had extensive “road rash” abrasions from the accident; he was taken to LakeShore Hospital for treatment.
Espinoza was arraigned in Perrysburg Town court and sent to Cattaraugus County Jail on $1,000 bail.
• On Aug. 14, Troopers investigated an early morning one-car personal injury accident on Prospect Street and Indian Hill.
Authorities say that a car driven by James Mallaber, 22, of Jamestown Street, Gowanda, failed to negotiate the curve at the bottom of Indian Hill, where Prospect Street begins, left the road, striking Gowanda Central School’s Maintenance building. Mallaber then fled the scene, but his passenger stayed behind, suffering from a shoulder injury.
The injured male passenger was transported to LakeShore Hospital for treatment.
Mallaber turned himself in to Troopers on Aug. 18 and was issued numerous traffic tickets. He is due in Perrysburg Town Court.
Gowanda Police assisted Troopers at the scene.