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Monday, May 12, 2014

NEWFANE — Twice in five days, Niagara County Sheriff's deputies were called to the 3800 block of Ewings Road to deal with unhappy neighbors.

On Wednesday, patrol was called to answer a harassment complaint by a man who stated that his neighbors repeatedly yell at him and his family when they're outside. The complainant told patrol that his neighbor, Daniel Sattelberg, 46, 3808 Ewings Road, yelled at him to "shut the 'f' up" on Wednesday while he was outside with his dog. The complainant said the Sattelberg's yelling has been a normal occurrence in years passed and he wanted to file harassment charges to put an end to it.

Sattelberg told patrol that he had yelled at his neighbor, but denied swearing at him. He told patrol that he has had problems with the complainant before, as well. Sattelberg was charged with second-degree harassment based on his neighbor's written complaint. He is due in Town of Newfane Court on May 20.

Sunday afternoon, NCSO was called to Ewings Road again, this time for a woman upset that his neighbor had painted over a smiley face on her fence.

The woman told patrol that 61-year-old Donald P. Spillman Sr., 3884 Ewings Road, Apt. 10, had painted over the smiley face on her fence, which was on her property.

Spillman told patrol that he had, indeed, painted over the fence, but did so with the permission of his landlord. He told patrol that he had a verbal confrontation with the complainant before patrol was called.

The landlord was contacted by NCSO and said that he had not given Spillman permission to paint the fence, as it does not belong to him, and in fact belongs to the complainant and was put up with his permission.

Spillman was issued an appearance ticket for a charge of third-degree criminal tampering. He is due in Newfane Town Court on May 20.

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