The following is a sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to between March 7 and 13. During that week, 89 incidents were investigated.
Monday, March 7
•2400 block of Military Road, accident. Driver backed out of a parking space and struck another parked car. She said she thought she hit a pothole.
•Porter Road, 911 call. Patrol checked a 911 call at the airport. Transit police said there was no problem.
•4800 block of Tuscarora Road, animal problem. Complainant said a neighbor's dog attacked her and knocked her to the ground. Ongoing problem; no injuries.
Tuesday, March 8
•3300 block of Woodland Avenue, aid assist. Patrol assisted Niagara County Sheriff's Office with apprehension of a person driving a stolen vehicle out of Niagara Falls.
•100 block of Paul Drive, Sabre Park, menacing. Complainant said his intoxicated cousin had head-butted and choked him. Suspect held a butcher knife and made threatening gesture toward patrol. Suspect stated he "wanted to kill someone and didn't care who it was." Suspect arrested and taken to hospital for a mental health evaluation.
•8500 block of Porter Road, noise complaint. Apartment resident complained neighbors were being loud. Resident explained he was yelling at his son to stop playing video games and do his homework.
Wednesday, March 9
•Nash Road and Niagara Falls Boulevard, aid assist. K-9 search for Niagara County Sheriff's Office. Negative results on narcotics. All occupants arrested by U.S. Border Patrol for citizenship violations.
•1900 block of Military Road, check situation. Patrol responded to a report of a fight in the food court of the mall. Gone on arrival.
Thursday, March 10
•3000 block of Savannah Street, check situation. Complainant stated her husband used a credit card to enter the house. She was advised to make a civil report to have him evicted.
•9200 block of Lockport Road, 911 call. No answer on arrival. Keyholder said there might be problems with the phone.
•2900 block of Nevada Avenue, domestic. Patrol met by man who said he was trying to dispose of marijuana in the house. Two people were arrested on five counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Friday, March 11
•Military Road, reckless driving. Patrol tried to pull over the driver, who cut through a gas station lot and tried to go in the other direction. When the traffic prevented exit, the 54-year-old Wilson resident jumped out of her car and ran toward the patrol car screaming. She defended her driving by saying the off-duty officer who reported her to patrol "cut me off."
•4800 block of Tuscarora Road, unwanted person. Complainant said his ex-friend was pounding on his door and had tried to hit him with a shovel.
Saturday, March 12
•4400 block of Miller Road, disabled vehicle. Patrol responded for a report of damage to a vehicle striking a pothole. Town Highway Department called.
•1900 block of Military Road, check situation. Patrol responded for a report of an intoxicated man in the mall. A Pershing Avenue man was transported to his residence.
Sunday, March 13
•600 block of B Street, Cayuga Village, domestic. Complainant said his mother had dropped off his infant child for visitation and refused to leave. Complainant called again later stating that 10 minutes after patrol left, both his mother and the child's mother came and wanted the child returned.
•1900 block of Military Road, larceny. Complainant said while he was in the mall, someone entered his vehicle by unknown means and took two laptops, a DVD player, a game system, headphones and vehicle and personal identification forms.
•1400 block of Elderberry Place, Cayuga Village, aid assist. Patrol assisted Rural Metro Ambulance with an EMS call.