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Town of Niagara Police Blotter for Nov. 4

by jmaloni
Thu, Nov 4th 2010 05:00 pm
The following is a sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to between Oct. 19 and 24. During that time period, 122 calls were received.

Monday, Oct. 18

  • 2500 block of Military Road, check situation. An elderly Niagara Falls woman at a business service desk was trying to send $150 by Western Union to South Dakota in order to receive $10,000 she had allegedly won in a lottery. Patrol explained it was a scam.
  • 2500 block of Military Road, larceny. A 32-year-old Niagara Falls woman from 77th Street was arrested for shoplifting at a business. She allegedly concealed $106.991 of jewelry in her shirt.

Tuesday, Oct. 19

  • 4700 block of Tuscarora Road, Wildwood Acres, vandalism. A resident stated a neighbor had been observed near his vehicle, which was later found to be scratched and air let out of a tire. Patrol was to contact the suspect after he got out of school.
  • 3100 block of Apple Court, larceny. A resident reported jewelry and computer equipment, valued at $1,929.99, were taken overnight from his vehicle.
  • 3300 block of Military Road, repossession. Patrol assisted with repossession of a vehicle from a business.
  • Bellreng Drive, aid assist. Patrol assisted State Police with a stolen vehicle recovery and arrest.
  • 4700 block of Tuscarora Road, larceny. A resident complained a neighbor stole two pumpkins from his porch and threw them in a parking lot dumpster.

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Thursday, Oct. 21

  • Porter Road, near Military Road, accident. A Niagara Falls man complained that he was attempting to make a left turn into the rear lot of a business when he was struck by a dump truck.
  • 3000 block of Panama Street, larceny. A woman complained that sometime within past two weeks, someone stole approximately 50 morphine pills.
  • Military Road, suspicious person. Patrol investigated report of two suspicious juveniles on the railroad overpass. Gone on arrival.
  • Military Road, traffic tickets. Patrol stopped a 28-year-old Sanborn woman for having a suspended registration. Three traffic tickets were issued and the vehicle was towed.

Friday, Oct. 22

  • 3000 block of Diluth Street. Resident reported that a 76-year-old man, a former friend, has been calling and harassing her.
  • 7100 block of Lockport Road, father-son domestic. The father was arrested after his son complained he grabbed him and threw him into a glass door. The son said the father did not like whom he was with. Both parties are residents of the 1900 block of Saunders Settlement Road.
  • 7100 block of Lockport Road, suspicious person. Patrol found a vehicle parked in the town park after hours. Both occupants were checked for warrants and advised to leave the grounds.

Saturday Oct. 23

  • Town Hall, Lockport Road, warrant arrest. Patrol responded for a prisoner transfer from Niagara County Sheriff's Office. Corrections officers turned over a suspect on an outstanding warrant who was arraigned in Town Court and taken to the Niagara County Jail.
  • Cayuga Village, assist citizen. Patrol spoke with complainant regarding drug activity on B Street.
  • 3700 block of Lockport Road, unwanted person. Patrol responded to a business for a person who would not leave the property. All was resolved.

Sunday, Oct. 24

  • Niagara Falls Boulevard and Porter Road, vandalism. Patrol responded to a business where a front door and window had been smashed by a brick. The brick was turned over to a Sheriff's deputy who is working on a burglary on Sawyer Road in Wheatfield that may be related.
  • 6600 block of West Britton Drive, domestic. Patrol arrested a 25-year-old suspect who confirmed that he put his hands around his girlfriend's neck during an argument, because he was upset that she came home late from a bar.
  • Lockport Road, juvenile disturbance. Patrol was dispatched to a business after a caller reported juveniles were standing around the building. Juveniles were advised they were on private property and could be considered trespassing. All left.
  • Garlow Road, check situation. Complainant reported seeing a limited edition ATV that he believes is the one stolen from him two years ago in the 5800 block of Garlow Road.
  • 1700 Factory Outlet Boulevard. Patrol investigated burglaries at seven storage units.

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