Steven E. Boggs, 28, Annesley Road, was charged with domestic violence and criminal mischief after Nyasia Buzzard, 19, Independence Square, Wellsville, reported the father of her child had assaulted her during an argument over him being late for church. According to Buzzard, they were driving on West Eighth Street when the argument ensued and Boggs spit in her face, then grabbed her head, trying to smash it into the console. She tried to jump from the moving vehicle while yelling for help, and he pulled over and started punching Buzzard in the back of the head, according to reports. Boggs then continued driving to state Route 39, assaulting her the entire way until they reached the East End, where Buzzard reportedly forced the car into park and got Boggs out of the vehicle. She got into the driver's seat and pulled out, with Boggs kicking the vehicle and damaging it, police reported. Both of Buzzard's children, under the age of 3, were in the back seat during the alleged incident.
Called to a fight at Heights Manor Sunday morning, police charged Johnathan Gardner, 21, Wilbert Avenue, with criminal damaging. According to reports, Mallory Graham said she was babysitting her aunt's child when its father, Gardner, came by and wanted in. When she refused, he reportedly became irate and kicked in the door. A verbal argument ensued, after which Gardner left, but officers tracked him by his footprints in the snow and took him into custody on an outstanding warrant and on the criminal damaging charge. He was also served with a no trespassing notice for Heights Manor.
A vehicle driven by Brittany S. Amicore, 22, Lisbon Street, was struck from the rear by another vehicle on state Route 11 northbound Monday. The other driver exited his vehicle and gave Amicore a phone number and identified himself as "Matt" before saying he was late for work and then leaving the scene. The phone number he provided turned out to be invalid.
Tonya L. Senkbeil, 37, Edgewood Street, was cited for failure to control after her vehicle reportedly struck the right front of a parked car owned by Maria V. Jackson on Pennsylvania Avenue, after which Senkbeil left the scene.
A CARTS bus driven by James J. Freeman, 42, was backing from a dead end when it reportedly struck a parked vehicle owned by Esther M. Anderson, Blakeley Street.
Andre Easton, 50, Peake Street, was turning his vehicle into the BP station Saturday when it slid on snow, striking a gas pump.