Town of Niagara Police Blotter for May 26, 2011by jmaloni
The following is a sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to between April 29 and May 8.
Friday, April 29
•Military Road, suspended license. A 31-year-old 85th Street woman was stopped for a cell phone violation and was found to have her license revoked on three different dates.
•Woodland Avenue and Joanne Circle North, juvenile problem. Three teenagers in the park were escorted home and advised of curfew.
Saturday, April 30
•4100 block of Seneca Parkway, 911 calls. Numerous 911 calls found to be child playing with phone.
•1500 block of Military Road, recovered property. Store employee picking up trash in front of the store found a broken container full of needles.
•1500 block of Military Road, check situation. Patrol call to check the area for a blue SUV driving around the parking lot with a small child on the lap of the driver. Negative results.
Sunday, May 1
•Lockport Road, accident. Westbound driver drove over curb, struck pole and ended facing south in the middle of the road. Driver fled the scene.
•Sabre Drive, accident. Driver said she was pulling into driveway to back up when her accelerator stuck causing her to drive into the corner of a garage. Occupants of trailer were uninjured.
•1700 block of Military Road, larceny. A 21-year-old man was arrested for shoplifting a pair of sunglasses and four shirts valued at $521. He said he took the items because he couldn't afford them.
Monday, May 2
•7000 block of Lauer Road, residential alarm. Accidental trip by family member.
•5200 block of Tuscarora Road, larceny. Victim stated someone took his car from an apartment complex parking lot.
•8500 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard, aid assist. Patrol assisted Niagara Falls Police on a fight call at a business.
Tuesday, May 3
•7900 block of East Britton Drive, unwanted person. Person left without incident after patrol's arrival.
•500 block of D Street, noise complaint. Report of loud yelling coming from inside a trailer. Residents were celebrating receiving their income tax with a few beers.
Wednesday, May 4
•3700 block of Rhode Island Avenue, aid assist. Patrol assisted Niagara County Child Protective Services in removal of a 4-month-old child from the residence. Patrol advised it was the second removal in two days.
•Effie Drive and Tuscarora Road, traffic tickets. Patrol issued three stop sign violation tickets.
•4600 block of Miller Road, assist fire department. Patrol responded for a fire alarm activation. A worker said he had burnt some food and set off the alarm.
Thursday, May 5
•Young Street, accident. Driver at a stop sign, intending to make a left turn on Packard Road, decided she couldn't make it, abruptly stopped and was struck by the vehicle behind her.
Friday, May 6
•8200 block of Richmond Avenue, EMS call. Patrol responded to a Lifeline alarm for an elderly male who had fallen. Rural-Metro Ambulance advised it was a false alarm.
•2500 block of Military Road, shoplifting. A 31-year-old woman from 20th Street in Niagara Falls was arrested for grand larceny after allegedly taking items valued at $1,041.99 from a business without paying.
•1900 block of Military Road, disturbance. Patrol responded to report of a fight in a mall parking lot. A 26-year-old Bellreng Drive resident was arrested for reaching into a vehicle and pulling another woman's hair and damaging the windshield in the process.
Saturday, May 7
•1500 block of Military Road, check situation. Patrol responded for a domestic in a parking lot. A husband and wife were arguing about going into a store.
•2500 block of Military Road, shoplifting. A 14-year-old juvenile was arrested for taking headphones and condoms valued at $16.98 from a business.
•600 block of D Street, animal complaint. Complainant stated he brought a highly intoxicated woman home and was attacked by the dog. Patrol found all adults at the residence were intoxicated, leaving a 12-year-old child unsupervised. Both parents were charged with endangering the welfare of a child. The father also was charged with disorderly conduct. The SPCA picked up the dog. The child was released to the custody of an older sister.
Sunday, May 8
•7800 block of Porter Road, assist citizen. Patrol spoke with a woman who said her daughter refused to give her back her car keys. Daughter said the mother was intoxicated and she did not want her to drive.
•3000 block of Duluth St., fire. Patrol responded to an open burn complaint. Fire was not excessive and was properly contained.
•700 block of A Street, animal complaint. Resident complained of a possible rabid raccoon under trailer; advised to contact exterminator.