The following is a sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to between Dec. 13 and 16.
Monday, Dec. 13
•Niagara Falls Boulevard, aid assist. Patrol assisted Niagara Falls Police Department with an armed robbery at a business. The suspect displayed a knife and made the clerk stay in the back room while the suspect emptied the safe and register. The suspect then fled in an unknown direction. Patrol searched the area with negative results.
•Packard Road, check situation. Report of a subject riding his bicycle down Packard Road in the middle of the roadway where heavy snow conditions were reported, causing a traffic hazard. The subject could not be located.
•2400 block of Military Road, reckless driving. Patrol observed a vehicle doing donuts in a parking lot in close proximity to where numerous vehicles were parked and while. Vehicles were coming in and out of the lot. Patrol issued the operator of the vehicle a UTT. The subject stated that he was "just messing around."
Wednesday, Dec. 15
•70 block of Jaunita Drive, fraud. Patrol was dispatched to a business for a report of a tractor-trailer that took down phone lines. Time Warner Cable and Verizon were notified and patrol cleared.
•Porter Road, disabled vehicle. Patrol observed a vehicle in a ditch near the airport. The vehicle caused minimal damage to a fence near the entrance. The driver of the vehicle did not wish an accident report for the minimal damage to her car. Pages Towing removed the vehicle from the ditch.
•Tuscarora Road, harassment. A caller reports he was chased in his vehicle by another vehicle south on Tuscarora Road toward Niagara Falls Boulevard. The caller reports the incident occurred over a bad drug deal. Patrols unable to locate any vehicle.
•8500 block of Porter Road, vandalism. Patrol responded to a residence on a reported vandalism complaint. Patrol interviewed the victim who reported that the suspect smashed out the window of his car that was parked at an apartment complex.
Thursday, Dec. 16
•160 block of Manny Drive, assist citizen. An elderly female reported that she heard noises. Patrol checked and found the windy weather apparently was the cause.
•Lockport Road, property damage. Driver stated that he was eastbound on Lockport Road at which time a deer ran into the roadway and struck his vehicle. Patrol observed the deer injured off the roadway in a field. Patrol did dispatch the deer.