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Thursday, January 15, 2015

TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A 44-year-old Village resident was charged Wednesday morning with drug and traffic violations after a stop by Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies on Robinson Road.

Sandra K. Dybevick, 6035 South Transit Road, Lot 160, was seen driving by patrol, who noticed “an issue with the NYS inspection sticker that was attached to the windshield,” according to the NCSO report filed today.

Patrol found that the vehicle’s registration had expired in November and stopped the car at approximately 10:37 a.m. Dybevick said she was unaware that the registration had expired.

“Patrol took a closer look at the inspection sticker, which appeared to be forged,” the report states. “The inspection sticker was taped to the window and appeared to be gray in color, but read ‘2013.’ Patrol removed the ‘inspection’ paper and looked closer at it, it appeared to be a photocopy of an expired sticker.”

Dybevick admitted to patrol that it was a photocopy and that the vehicle would not pass inspection, and she was taken into custody for displaying a forged NYS inspection certificate.

While checking the vehicle, patrol found an unmarked prescription pill container, containing two different types of pills, which Dybevick said were her husband’s "Xanax" pills. Patrol checked the pills, there were two types of blue oval pills. One was marked "2089V" and the other was "605." Both were listed as Alprazolem 1mg, a controlled substance, but by two separate manufacturers, leading to additional charges of two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Dybevick’s vehicle was towed and she was taken to Niagara County Jail and held on $500 bail. She was to appear this morning in Town of Lockport Court on the forgery charges and drug possession charges, as well as having an unregistered motor vehicle and an uninspected motor vehicle.

The forged inspection sticker was confiscated, while the controlled substances were submitted to the Niagara County Forensic Laboratory for evidence and analysis.

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