Town of Niagara Police Blotter for Oct. 7
Thu, Oct 7th 2010 12:00 pm
The following is a
sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to between Sept. 24
and 30. During that time period, 104 calls were received.
Friday, Sept. 24
- 7800 block of Porter Road,
drug situation. Patrol responded to a call from a third party to check the
residence. Upon arrival, blood was found outside the home. Patrol awoke a
female who stated she had been drinking and pushed out the window because she
was angry and lacerated her hand. Upon searching the second floor, marijuana
plants were found. The suspect stated the plants were dead. A report was filed.
- 1700 block of Military
Road, larceny. A business reported that four purses were stolen. Patrol located
the vehicle of the two suspects who are sisters from Buffalo. They claimed they
did not own the vehicle. The driver did not have valid identification, and the
vehicle was towed. Four purses and several articles of clothing were recovered.
The first suspect had five known aliases and is being charged for criminal
impersonation, bail jumping and possession of burglar's tools. The second
suspect was charged with burglary and grand larceny.
Saturday Sept. 25
- 7500 Packard Road, stolen
vehicle. A vehicle was reported stolen from a business. Patrol found and
secured the undamaged vehicle with keys still in the ignition. The recovery
report was sent to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office.
- 1900 block of Military
Road, lost property. A female states she lost her purse that contained $990 in
mixed Canadian currency and her health insurance card.
- Tuscarora Road, reckless
driver. The area was checked with negative results.
Sunday, Sept. 26
- 6100 block of Grauer Road,
suspicious persons. A homeowner stated he could see persons using flashlights
across the street from his backyard. The area was checked with negative
- 8300 block of Ziblut
Court. The complainant stated two men were arguing in a driveway and one of the
men left in a white vehicle. The men were gone on patrol's arrival.
- 2400 block of Military
Road, drugs seized. Patrol drove by a business and discovered a vehicle filled
with smoke with three passengers inside. The female in the car was advised to
roll her window down and the smell of marijuana was detected. The male driver claimed
that the marijuana blunt belonged to him. He was issued an appearance ticket
and released with the other male and female.
Monday, Sept. 27
- 8500 block of Porter Road,
accident. A driver reported striking a deer, causing moderate damage to the
grill and right headlight of his vehicle. The driver was not injured.
- 200 block of Manny Drive,
animal complaint. Patrol responded to a report of two dogs left outside all day
with no food or water. The dog owner was advised to bring the dogs inside.
- Miller Road, suspicious
vehicles. Patrol responded to a report of suspicious vehicles at a dead end.
The drivers were asked to leave the area.
Tuesday, Sept. 28
- Military Road, auto
accident. Drivers of two vehicles were injured. Driver No. 2 stated that driver
No. 1 hit her at the intersection.Driver No. 1 complained of chest pain and
driver No. 2 stated she had neck pain from airbag impact. Both drivers were
transported to Mount St. Mary's Hospital and Health Center.
- 3500 block of Hyde Park
Blvd., false alarm. An employee entered in the wrong alarm code at a business.
- 2900 block of Birch
Avenue, check situation. The complainant reported a loud party, possibly
fighting. The parties stated they were just having fun.
Wednesday, Sept. 29
- 1900 block of Military
Road, stolen property. A businessman stated he found a black safe while dumping
garbage. The safe was placed into evidence for a follow-up report.
- 3600 block of Woodland
Avenue, animal bite. The complainant stated her daughter was bitten on her left
leg because a neighbor's dog got out of the yard. A report was filed and faxed
to the Niagara County Health Department.
- 1700 block of Military
Road, larceny. A female was reported to have stolen a purse from a business.
The suspect was located with her mother and found in possession of the purse.
She was charged with petit larceny and her vehicle was towed.
- I-190 and Porter Road,
traffic tickets issued. Patrol observed a vehicle with a headlight out. Patrol
discovered the Expressway Village driver's license had been suspended. The
license plates were confiscated and the vehicle was towed.
Thursday, Sept. 30
- Military Road, hit and
run. The driver of vehicle No. 2 stated that vehicle No. 1 hit his vehicle and
fled the scene at a business. No injuries occurred. Patrol searched the area
for the second vehicle with negative results.
- 4500 block of Military
Road, harassment. A female reported her daughter's boyfriend physically
harassed her in a parking lot of a local business. The victim reported he
pushed her in the chest with his hands. A report was filed.
- 3100 block of Sadlo Drive,
prowler. A homeowner reported hearing a possible prowler outside her home. The
area was checked with negative results.
- 4300 block of Military
Road, vandalism to private property. Patrol responded to a report of a vehicle
parked in the lot with all four windows smashed out. Investigation pending.