Law and Order: Duo accused of giving false identity to police
|Kiyonta M. Moffett||Lillie Owens|
Kiyonta M. Moffett, 23, of Buffalo, is charged with false personation, 2nd, aggravated unlicensed operation and operating with one headlamp; Lillie B. Owens, 21, of Erie, Pa., is charged criminal impersonation, 2nd, and was also arrested on a warrant out of Amherst. Moffett's car was stopped on Route 63, Batavia, by a state trooper for a broken headlight. When the trooper approached, allegedly the driver did not produce a license. The driver allegedly gave a name that later turned out to be false. It turned out, the name given was for a person with a petit larceny warrant out of Cheektowaga. Owens was reportedly a passenger in the vehicle and also allegedly gave a false name when asked to identify herself. Moffett was jailed on $750, and bail was set at $250 for Owens.
Arthur Mack Osborne, 47, of Park Road, Batavia, is charged with criminal contempt. Osborne is accused of contacting a person protected by court order. Osborne was reportedly attempting to leave New York for Florida at the time he was located by Deputy Brian Thompson. He was jailed on $2,000 bail.
Sara Elizabeth Schimley, 24, of Weaver Street, Buffalo, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th. Schimley was taken into custody on a warrant out of Le Roy Town Court.
Robert Darnell Wright, 22, of East Tupper, Buffalo, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to pay fine imposed by court. Wright was arrested at the time of his release from Monroe County Jail, where he was held on an unrelated matter. Wright was arraigned in Genesee County Court and released upon his promise to make his monthly payments.