Town of Niagara Police Blotter for June 7, 2012by jmaloni
The following is a sampling of calls received by the Town of Niagara Police between May 13 and 18.
Sunday, May 13
•8500 block of Porter Road, illegal parking. Caller at an apartment complex stated that someone was parked in his reserved parking spot.
•4700 block of Tuscarora Road, juvenile problem. Complainant reported her 15-year-old son was watching his younger brothers while she was at work, and he allowed another youth in the house to play video games. The youth punched a younger son in the abdomen, so she had him taken to the hospital for an evaluation before deciding whether to press charges.
•1600 block of Jane Drive, hit and run accident. Complainant reported that while his vehicle was in the parking lot, someone struck the driver's side front and rear door, causing scrapes and minor dents.
Monday, May 14
•5200 block of Mayle Court, animal complaint. Complainant reported that her neighbor's dog charged at her while she was walking her own dog on a leash out to the mailbox.
•1800 block of Military Road, shoplifting. A 19-year-old Ontario Avenue man was arrested for stealing two pairs of sunglasses, valued at $840, from a business.
•6700 block of Packard Road, larceny. Business reported that a new employee who was responsible for making the bank deposit of business earnings did not make the deposit or show up for work the next day.
Tuesday, May 15
7500 block of Sunnydale Drive, domestic. Woman reported that her 31-year-old ex-boyfriend from Tonawanda ran at her and pushed her down, causing her head to bounce off the floor. She also suspects he damaged a screen and pool filter. She has an order of protection from a previous incident.
•5200 block of Mayle Court, fire. Garage fire spread to house and both were fully involved. Niagara Active Hose, Lewiston No. 2 and Frontier volunteer fire companies responded. No injuries reported.
•7300 block of Packard Road, missing child. Patrol responded with other units to look for a 9-year-old female who left the residence to close the garage door and did not return. The girl, who was found by her brother, said she was upset about an argument and went to her friend's house down the street.
Wednesday, May 16
•6000 block of Packard Road, assist citizen. Elderly female turned into parking lot, drove over a concrete barrier at the entrance and the vehicle became lodged on top.
•1900 block of Military Road, larceny. Business reported that on May 11, a store employee (a 39-year-old South Avenue woman) stole $2,942 worth of state Instant Win lottery tickets.
•3400 block of Hyde Park Boulevard, check situation. Possible garage fire reported. Patrol found it was just exhaust smoke from an old car engine.
Thursday, May 17
•Elderberry Place, juvenile problem. Caller reported about 25 juveniles fighting near the woods. Gone on arrival.
•500 block of D Street, sexual offense. Patrol responding to a call about yelling and screaming at a residence found a highly intoxicated 49-year-old man. A large group of juveniles at the scene said they were at the residence and could not get out because the man had locked the door. The mother of one of the juveniles reported that the man had grabbed her daughter's chest several times. Niagara County Sheriff's Office to continue the investigation.
•1700 block of Military Road, 100 block of Expressway Village, and 8200 block of Colonial Drive, domestic incidents. In the first incident, caller reported a roadside physical domestic incident between a male and a female. In the second incident, a male and female were found to be arguing about their relationship. In the third incident, homeowner reported his son was becoming belligerent and verbally abusive.