Alleged home invasion in Dunkirk
Reports of another home invasion having taken place on East Courtney Street in the City of Dunkirk Saturday have yet to be confirmed by police officials. The home invasion was said to have taken place Saturday morning.
State police at Collins
COLLINS - On Thursday, Michael Volk, 29, of Finch Road in Colden was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
Troopers were called to Mickey G's Smoke Shop on Richardson Road by Seneca Nation of Indians marshals who reported that Volk was driving erratically on State Route 438 and followed him into the parking lot. When troopers arrived to speak to him, they reportedly observed a clear plastic baggie containing 24 grams of marijuana in his car. They further reported they found a glass pipe with marijuana in it.
Volk is due in Collins Town Court later this month to answer the charges.
LAWTONS - On Friday, troopers charged Herbert Overbert, 29 of Center Road in Silver Creek and Zachary Scott, 25, of Allegany Road in Forestville with trespass.
A landowner reported spotting their pickup pulling into a driveway on his property on Marshfield Road. Officers reported that the landowner blocked in the pickup until the troopers arrived. The land was clearly posted. Reportedly, the two told the troopers that they stopped to relieve themselves.
The two are due in North Collins Town Court later this month.
IRVING - On Friday, after a week long investigation, troopers charged Shaun Humphrey, 40, of Upper Sulpher Springs Road in Irving with second-degree assault, a felony. They also charged Darren Warrior, 25, of Aldrich Street in Gowanda for third-degree criminal mischief, also a felony.
On Feb. 2, both Humphrey and Warrior were at a small party at Humphrey's home. Reportedly, Warrior got upset when Humphrey told him to clean up some beer he (Warrior) spilled on the floor. Humphrey also told him to leave. Warrior allegedly broke a 47 inch LED television in Humphrey's living room. Humphrey allegedly confronted Warrior and a fight ensued. Warrior sustained numerous facial fractures and was later treated at Lakeshore Hospital.
Humphrey turned himself into troopers and was arraigned in Brant Town Court and released. Warrior also turned himself into troopers, was processed, was issued an appearance ticket and is due in Brant Court at a later date.