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Erie County Sheriff’s Office Address

Erie County Sheriff’s Office
10 Delaware Ave
Buffalo, NY
14202

Phone:(716) 858-7618

Erie County Sheriff's Office

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Erie County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, May 27th, 2017 at 4:53am
ERIE COUNTY STOP-DWI PROVIDES FUNDING FOR ENHANCED PATROLS
Deputies Patrolling Erie County for Impaired Drivers

Buffalo, NY – Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard announces his agency has received funding from Erie County’s STOP-DWI program for enhanced road patrols for impaired drivers.

The Deputies are conducting roving patrols throughout Erie County looking for impaired drivers starting
Friday and going through the holiday weekend.

Additionally, Deputies are in the middle of the 2017 Click it or Ticket campaign which ends June 4.
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Erie County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, May 27th, 2017 at 12:17am
COUNTYWIDE FAMILY COURT WARRANT SWEEP CONDUCTED
Sheriff’s Family Court Warrant & Child Support Enforcement Unit Arrests 7

Buffalo, NY – Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard announces the completion of a Family Court warrant sweep conducted on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. The Erie County Sheriff’s Family Court Warrant and Child Support Enforcement Unit participated in the sweep and searched all over the City of Buffalo and Erie County for individuals wanted on active Family Court warrants. The Sheriff’s Office has focused its attention on Family Court warrant sweeps as an important tool to combat crime and concentrate on persons not paying child support.

Deputies from the Erie County Sheriff’s Office arrested and took seven subjects with a combined nine warrants into custody.

Arrested in the sweep were:

23-year-old Norma Lattimore from Buffalo on a Family Court Child Support Warrant. Released from the Erie County Holding Center.

30-year-old Daniel Batherson from Buffalo on a Family Court Child Neglect Warrant and a Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority Police Theft of Services Warrant. Batherson remains at the holding center on $1,000.00 bail.

25-year-old Samuel Pezzino from Buffalo on a Family Court Child Support Warrant. The defendant was processed and released.

41-year-old Nathan Schroeder from Buffalo on a Family Court Child Support Warrant. The defendant is held at the holding center on $10,000.00 bail.

27-year-old William Hodge from Buffalo on a Family Court Child Support Warrant. Hodge was processed and released.

40-year-old Renee Kujawa-Adragna from Buffalo on a Family Court Child Support Warrant. She was later released from the holding center.

25-year-old Darrick Booker from Buffalo on a Family Court Child Support Warrant and a City of Buffalo Warrant for several vehicle and traffic charges. He was processed and released.

Deputies are confident that intelligence gathered during the sweep will lead to several more arrests in the following days and weeks.
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Erie County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 26th, 2017 at 2:30am
SHERIFF’S SWAT TEAM WINS 1ST ANNUAL STATEWIDE COMPETITION
Eight Teams Competed in Anti-Terrorism Scenarios

Buffalo, NY – Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard announces the Erie County SWAT Team won the first ever Tactical Week competition hosted by the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES) in Oriskany, New York May 15-18.

The ECSO SWAT Team was among eight SWAT Teams invited from across New York to participate in Tactical Week. This event brought the teams together for the latest training based on current threats. The training and competition for the tactical teams included close quarter tactics and team scenarios developed from the 2017 English Parliament and 2016 Orlando nightclub attacks.

The theme of the event was hostage rescue with training elements which included:
• Room Clearing
• Officer Down
• Woodland and Rural Tactics

The Sheriff’s Office sent one team leader and six selected team operators for the competition.
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Erie County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 5:45am
ECSO's featured #WarrantWednesday subject.
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Erie County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 5:43am
If you have been waiting for this week's edition of #WarrantWednesday, you don't have to wait any longer.
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Erie County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 1:45am
CONSUMER’S BEVERAGES, WNY UNITED, AND ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE LAUNCH NOT A MINOR PROBLEM INITIATIVE

Lackawanna, NY - Consumer’s Beverages, WNY United and Erie County Sheriff Timothy Howard have partnered up to launch the ‘Not A Minor Problem’ campaign, an initiative to help curb underage drinking in the WNY area.

The three entities will spread the message through social media and in-store displays. The campaign will kick-off May 23 with a press conference with heightened media visibility during peak drinking seasons.

“The more resources and partners we have working together to create awareness and educate our community of the dangers of underage drinking, the safer we can keep our children and families," says Beth Anzalone, Executive Director of WNY United.

WNY United partners with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office to carry out environmental strategies, like sticker shock. Sheriff Timothy Howard and Deputy Aaron Naegely were determined to place 5,000 stickers this past December which led the Deputy to knock on the door of Consumer’s Beverages. Neil Kavanaugh graciously opened his door and invited his team to collaborate on ideas of not only how to place these 5,000 stickers but to expand the reach of the stickers and refine the message.

“I am excited to find another partner in Consumers Beverages and its president Neil Kavanaugh, to join my office and WNY United’s campaign to educate parents, older friends and relatives about the dangers and consequences of underage drinking,” explains Sheriff Howard. “And my office is determined to arrest and charge anyone supplying alcohol to underage individuals.”

Through this initiative, Consumers Beverages will place stickers on cases of alcohol and bottleneck hangers on beverages that are appealing to youth. The campaign aims to curb purchasing alcohol for minors and to relay the risks of those who might attempt to break the law.

“We are very excited to be a part of this initiative that we feel will help benefit the community and could potentially save lives,” said Consumer’s President Neil Kavanaugh. “We take our responsibility to the community very seriously and understand the dangers of underage drinking. Our stores have, and will, strictly adhere to laws pertaining to selling to minors and those who attempt to purchase for minors. We are proud to have partnered with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office and WNY United.”

“Thank you to Consumer’s Beverages, the Erie County Sheriff’s Office and WNY United for their efforts to promote the ‘Not a Minor Problem’ campaign,” says Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon. “I created legislation to hold adults, that allow minors who aren’t their children to drink on their property, accountable. It is a serious issue and can have dangerous consequences. Educating our community about the consequences of underage drinking is critical, especially this time of year as teens are celebrating prom and graduation. I urge the community to support this effort and not serve minors.”

The Erie County Sheriff’s Underage Drinking Tip Line is anonymous and confidential. Concerned adults teachers, students, and friends can call the 24-hour tip line at 1.800.851.1932 to report planned or active underage drinking parties.