Niagara County Sheriff's Office Reports (Tribune area) for July 12, 2012by jmaloni
The following is a sampling of calls received by the Niagara County Sheriff's Office from the Town of Niagara and Wheatfield between June 25 and July 1.
Monday, June 25
•6900 block of Townline Road, Wheatfield, fraud. Complainant received a fraudulent invoice in the mail.
•Liberty Drive, Wheatfield, area check. Check area for ATVs, trespassers.
•3100 block of Portland Street, Town of Niagara, juvenile problem. Juveniles on top of pavilion, swinging chains.
Tuesday, June 26
•6800 block of Plaza Drive, Wheatfield, larceny. Employee theft.
•2600 block of Pinelake Drive, Wheatfield, neighbor problem. Ongoing issue with neighbor driving in driveway.
Wednesday, June 27
•2700 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, landlord/tenant dispute. Tenant threatened to beat him up.
•6900 block of Townline Road, Wheatfield, domestic. Complainant reported 23-year-old son was threatening to harm himself.
Thursday, June 28
•Alder Creek Drive, Wheatfield, suspicious vehicle. Subject in a beige four-door sedan reported driving around the area.
•6800 block of Errick Road, Wheatfield, burglary. Computer monitor taken from a front office.
•7000 block of Ward Road, Wheatfield, health department. Bats overflowing in capture net.
Friday, June 29
•2500 block of JoAnn Court, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. Mailbox ripped off and smeared with dog excrement.
•7100 block of Balla Drive, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. House egged overnight.
Saturday, June 30
•Shawnee Road, Wheatfield, ATV problem. Ongoing problem with ATVs.
•Knottingwood Drive, 7200 block of Nash Road, 3600 block of Kelsey Lane, 7200 block of Katie Drive, Wheatfield, fireworks. Problem with fireworks going off in the area.
•800 block of Sunnyside Drive, Town of Niagara, larceny. Home broken into overnight.
Sunday, July 1
•Williams Road, Wheatfield, animal problem. Loose dog in front of mall.
•2400 block of Washington Street, Wheatfield, check situation. Complaint about smoke coming from a bonfire.