Oakfield woman arrested for second time in a week (make that, 3 times)
Submitted by Howard Owens on July 27, 2009 - 11:05pm
Twenty-five-year-old Tonya Marie Weber is apparently having a tough week with local law enforcement.
Yesterday we reported that Weber was arrested for allegedly possessing stolen property -- a pit bull puppy. Now, we get a press release stating that she is in trouble for allegedly trespassing at the demolition derby Saturday night.
Weber, of 52 N. Pearl St., Oakfield, had been reportedly kicked out of the venue for allegedly fighting and later returned, which led to the trespass charge.
Here's our previous blotter item on Weber:
Tonya Marie Weber, 25, of 52 N. Pearl St., Oakfield, is charged with criminal possession of stolen property. Weber allegedly had a pit-bull puppy that belonged to another person. She then reportedly gave the puppy away, preventing the original owner from recovering the puppy.
UPDATE Tuesday, 10 a.m.: Make that three times this week for Weber. According to a Batavia PD report, Weber was arrested at 2:50 a.m. Sunday at Sport of Kings on a disorderly conduct charge. Weber was allegedly in the parking lot making loud noises and yelling profanities. She was reportedly warned that if she continued to yell profanities, she would be arrested. According to the report, she agreed to settle down. She then entered the restaurant and sat at a table. She again allegedly started yelling profanities. At that point, she was placed under arrest.