Town of Niagara Police Blotter for Oct. 14
Thu, Oct 14th 2010 03:05 pm
following is a sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to
between Oct. 1 and 6. During that time period, 86 calls were received.
block of Laur Road, domestic incident. The complainant stated his father
slapped him across the head during an argument. The father stated he wanted his
son and his son's girlfriend to leave. The complainant left without incident
and did not wish charges.
block of Lewiston Road, fight. Patrol assisted the Lewiston Police Department
with a report of multiple males fighting campus safety at the university. Five
males were taken into custody for criminal trespass.
block of Military Road, disabled vehicle. A disabled vehicle was towed for
creating a traffic hazard.
- 80 block
of Expressway Village, drug complaint. A third party caller reported residents
were growing and cultivating marijuana in the backyard. The backyard was
checked; no evidence found.
block of North Whitham Drive, EMS call. A resident complained of back and neck
pain and a possible pinched nerve. An ambulance was called.
Road, animal struck. A driver reported a raccoon was struck and killed. The
driver was advised this does not require a report.
block of Porter Road, domestic incident. The complainant stated she was
receiving threats from the father of her child and his girlfriend. The father
reportedly started banging on the door and threatened to beat her up. The
complainant has also received numerous harassing calls from him and his
girlfriend. An order of protection was filed.
Street, arrest warrant. Patrol arrested a 28-year-old male from Ransomville for
an active bench warrant from Tonawanda Police Department. The man's vehicle was
Road, vandalism to private property. A driver reported three juveniles were
throwing rocks that damaged and scratched the roof of his vehicle. One juvenile
admitted he threw the rocks and the other two did not. The juvenile's mother
was contacted and she arranged for restitution with the driver. All okay.
block of Military Road, larceny. A 28-year-old male was charged with petit
larceny for shoplifting from a local business. Patrol caught the male across
the street and brought him back to the company. The suspect's vehicle was towed
and drugs found. A count of criminal possession of a controlled substance was
added to the charges.
Road, suspicious vehicle. Patrol stopped a vehicle for having a headlight out
and also discovered the driver's license had been revoked and the registration
was expired. The driver was issued numerous traffic tickets.
Court, shots fired. Patrol assisted the Niagara Falls Police Department with
shots being fired on vehicles in the area.
block of Kay Ellen Drive, assist citizen. The state Department of Taxation
seized a vehicle due to the owner's failure to pay child support.
block of Military Road, larceny. Patrol responded to a local business, which
reported two suspects stole more than $50 in plants and fled. Their vehicle was
identified, and the suspects are being charged.
block of Lincoln Street, 6900 block of Elsa Place, 2700 block of Service Road,
and 200 block of Onondaga Street, building code violations. A 41-year-old male
was charged with two counts of building code violations. A 50-year-old male was
charged with one count of a building code violation. A 57-year-old male was
charged with two counts of a building code violation. A 48-year-old male was
issued an appearance ticket for one count of a building code violation.
block of Military Road, shoplifting follow-up. Patrol conducted a follow-up to
a shoplifting that occurred two days prior. The suspect returned the stolen
property back to the business.
block of Military Road, EMS call. An ambulance was contacted after a female
fell and lost consciousness in the aisle of a grocery store. She was
transported to the hospital.
block of Military Road, larceny. An out-of-state visitor reported his vehicle
was broken into and more than $1,000 in U.S. currency was stolen while he was
in a business. The male did not file a report while in the U.S., but now wishes
to for insurance purposes.
block of Military Road, check situation. An employee at a business reported a
male going through the drive-thru, who appeared intoxicated. The male was
questioned and was not intoxicated, but a bit drowsy from taking cold medicine.
The male let the female in the vehicle drive. All OK.
- 50 block
of Anthony Drive, vandalism. A homeowner stated sometime late at night, an
unknown person threw a rock through his bedroom window, breaking both panels of
glass. Patrol observed a large rock on the bedroom floor. Report filed.