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COMPLAINTS BY WOMEN LEAD TO ARRESTS

Buffalo police made several unrelated arrests over the weekend after women reported violent men had entered their homes uninvited.

South District officers said a Bolton Place woman complained that two men kicked in her door Saturday and started fighting with other people in the apartment.

Jeffrey N. Martinez, 24, of 573 Fulton St. and Christen Golden, 22, of 43 St. Stephen's Place were charged with felony burglary.

Northeast District officers said Gregory Green, 33, of 47 Goulding St. broke a stained-glass window Saturday and entered a home on North Parade Street but was confronted by a woman living there.

Police charged him with felony burglary, felony criminal mischief and possession of crack cocaine.

Kenneth Dienno, 21, of 73 Burgard St. was arrested on the complaint of a Freund Street woman, who said he entered her home Saturday and pushed and shoved her, causing injury. He was charged with felony burglary and criminal trespass.

A Riley Street woman told Central District officers that Matthew Muta-Matayo of 70 Seventh St. punched and choked her after entering her home Saturday in violation of a court order. She suffered a cut tongue and lip and welts on her neck. Police charged him with felony criminal contempt of court.

Noel S. Daley, 36, of 20 Shawnee Ave. was accused of refusing to leave a woman's home on Saturday, ripping the phone from the wall and igniting rubbing alcohol that he had rubbed on her leg.

Police charged him with felony assault, unlawful imprisonment, criminal mischief and harassment.

An East Side woman said she was dragged on the ground to the back of her home and struck in the head and face several times with a wooden stick by a man who also took her coat and keys. Police arrested Robert L. Day, 38, of 66 Girard Place on charges of felony assault.

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