Countywide Family Court Warrant Sweep Conducted

Modified: May 26, 2017 11:12am

05/26/2017

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.