Northeast District police arrested a total of four persons in three separate incidents early Sunday at noisy parties in the University Heights area.
At 1:20 a.m., a woman was asked repeatedly to leave a party at 54 Northrup Place, two blocks south of the University at Buffalo South Campus. After she did so, she allegedly tried to re-enter and used obscene language against officers. Amanda Eblacker, no age or address reported, was charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing governmental administration.
Ten minutes later at 61 W. Northrup Place, police broke up a loud party and arrested the hosts, Dominik Likins and Anthony DeVictoria, charging them with second-degree criminal nuisance and first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child for allegedly serving alcohol to minors.
At midnight at 3081 Main St., three blocks farther south, Jonathan Zvi was charged with criminal nuisance. He was allegedly the host of another “loud college party” where alcohol was being served. Police said Zvi was underage himself. He and DeVictoria are listed as UB students in the university’s online directory.