Law enforcement in Niagara County arrest 12 in warrant roundup

NIAGARA COUNTY, N.Y. (WIVB) — In a push to support Domestic Violence and Awareness Month in October, law enforcement in Niagara County worked on Wednesday to round up men and women wanted on domestic violence and failure to pay child support warrants.

Niagara County Sheriff James Voutour said officers had 77 warrants, however they located 12 wanted people and arrested each. Police say they arrested the following:

  1. Gina M. Frey — a 29-year-old  Niagara Falls resident who is charged with third degree assault and second degree harassment.
  2. Rodriguse M. Winn, a 42-year-old Niagara Falls resident charged with second degree harassment and criminal obstruction of breathing.
  3. Indira Lewis, a 26-year-old Niagara Falls resident charged with third degree criminal mischief and petit larceny.
  4. Charles E. Packer Sr., a 65-year-old Niagara Falls resident charged with first degree criminal contempt and second degree aggravated harassment.
  5. Kenneth Spencer, a 60-year-old Niagara Falls resident charged with endangering the welfare of a child and second degree harassment.

The following people were arrested on non-violent warrants:

  1. Kaci L. Carr, a 27-year-old Niagara Falls resident charged with family court act article four support proceedings.
  2. Willie J. Carter Jr., a 66-year-old Niagara Falls man charged with family court act article four support proceedings.
  3. Jeremiah J. Renda, a 35-year-old North Tonawanda man charged with family court act article four support proceedings.
  4. Theodore M Robinson, a 28-year-old Niagara Falls resident charged with family court act article four support proceedings,
  5. Anthony A. Schultz, a 35-year-old Lockport resident charged with family court act article four support proceedings.
  6. Brian K. West Jr., a 30-year-old Buffalo resident charged with family court act article four support proceedings.
  7. Adam J. Bruno, a 42-year-old Niagara Falls resident charged with family court act article four support proceedings.

“October 21st has been declared “wear purple” day a a show of unity,” Voutour said. “The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office spent the day executing several warrants related to domestic violence and failure to pay child support.”

Officers in more than 20 states banded together on Oct. 21 to make family-related arrests, including in Erie County where officers made six arrests.

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