Cheektowaga Police Blotter
Kate Nellist, 31, of Behm Road, West Carthage, New York was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
According to a police report, the officer observed a vehicle drift across the double yellow lines and back into the inner northbound lane several times. The officer activated the emergency lights and then approached the vehicle. The offender stated that she was coming from Macaroon’s Bar where she had one beer and then also had two beers at her residence prior to drinking at Macaroon’s. The officer had the offender perform several sobriety tests, which she failed. She was placed under arrest for DWI.
Roberta Dixon, 21, of Curry Walk, Buffalo was arrested for petit larceny.
According to a police report, the employee stated that he observed the offender via CCTV select shoes and then put them on her feet, and pass all points of purchase without attempting to pay. The offender was held until police arrived. She was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters without incident. The value of the stolen property was $155.
Unlawful possession of marijuana
Kiara Bridges, 23, of Beck Street, Buffalo was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana.
According to a police report, the officer ran the license plate of a vehicle and noticed that the plate did not belong to the vehicle. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer smelled a strong odor of marijuana. The offender stated that she was smoking marijuana earlier. Upon a search of the vehicle, the officer discovered marijuana in the offender’s purse. The offender was transported to police headquarters where she was booked and released on an appearance ticket.
Driving with .08 percent BAC
Ryan Dauman, 27, of Kennedy Road, Cheektowaga was arrested for driving with a .08 percent BAC.
According to a police report, a vehicle drove straight through the intersection while the signal was still a steady red for its lane. The officer advised the offender that he drove through the red light and the offender stated, “I didn’t notice the red light because I was paying attention to my phone call.” The offender had glassy eyes and slurred speech, and the officer could smell alcohol on the offender. When asked where he was coming from, the offender stated that he was at work, then at Crabapples. The offender stated that he was going to his friend Ashley’s house but he did not know where it was. He also stated that he had three or four jack and cokes. He performed several sobriety tests, which he failed. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters, booked, and released on a summons.
Cedrick Hardy, 31, of Kensington Avenue, Buffalo was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana.
According to a police report, an officer was investigating a burglary at a residence. The officer gathered information from the resident and the offender, who is the resident’s boyfriend. After conducting a name check, it was revealed that her boyfriend had two outstanding warrants from the City of Buffalo. The offender was transported to police headquarters, and upon a search, a baggie of marijuana was found in the offender’s pants pocket. The offender was held to see the judge.
David Washington, 62, of Zenner Street, Buffalo was arrested for petit larceny.
According to a police report, the employee stated that the offender entered the store, selected merchandise, concealed it in his pockets, and exited the store, passing all points of sale without paying. The offender would not provide a name or a date of birth. When the officer asked for the information, the offender gave the wrong date, and stated that he had no middle initial. The offender was arrested and held to see the judge.
Demetria Jenkins, 22 of Edison Street, Buffalo was arrested for criminal possession of marijuana.
According to a police report, the offender was pulled over and a strong odor of marijuana was detected as the officer approached the vehicle. During a search of the offenders vehicle the officer discovered seven partially burnt marijuana cigarettes in the ashtray, as well as one partially burnt marijuana cigarette, which was still warm to the touch, under the center armrest. The offender was transported to police headquarters and held on $250 cash bail.