State Police at Collins
A Gowanda man was arrested early Saturday morning by state troopers after he was stopped on Aldrich Street for reportedly driving without tail lights.
Timothy T. Smith, 30, was taken to state police barracks Collins for processing where he provided a breath sample reported to be .13 percent. Smith was charged with driving while intoxicated, insufficient tail lights, and unlawful possession of marijuana. Smith is scheduled to appear in Collins Court on May 23.
SOUTH DAYTON - On April 26, troopers charged Sherrie Carter, 32, of Mill Street with third-degree assault following a domestic dispute the night before at her home.
Responding to a 911 call of a female screaming, officers arrived and found Carter had left the residence. They spoke to her boyfriend who had lacerations on his head. Reportedly, the two had been drinking and began to argue. It was reported that during the argument, Carter threw a glass at him. The glass missed but hit a window, breaking it and showering him with glass.
The South Dayton Volunteer Fire Department transported the victim to Lake Shore Hospital where he was treated and released. Carter turned herself in to troopers the next day, and is due in South Dayton Court.
GOWANDA - On Thursday, troopers and the Gowanda Police Depart-ment charged Matthew Beaver, 23, of Buffalo on two warrants from the Buffalo Police Department. Troopers knew Beaver had an active arrest warrant for third-degree assault and a bench warrant for second-degree menacing. They contacted Gowanda P.D. after seeing him walk into a Gowanda business. When Beaver came out, he was taken into custody without incident.
He was taken to the Erie County Holding Center where Troopers turned him over to the Buffalo Police Department.