The following is a sampling of the 69 calls received by the Town of Niagara Police between Jan. 10 and 14.
Friday, Jan. 10
•Traffic problem, Witmer Road and University Drive. Traffic signal in the intersection not cycling properly, extremely long delay. NITEC notified.
•Disabled vehicle, Military Road at Fashion Outlets of Niagara. Patrol assisted owner of vehicle in moving it out of the roadway and into a parking lot.
Saturday, Jan. 11
•Traffic tickets, Lockport Road and on Military Road. Patrol issued tickets for charges including speeding, parking in a handicapped spot and parking blocking driver's door in handicapped spot in three incidents.
•Shoplifting, 2500 block of Military Road. A Michigan Avenue man and a 26th Street man were arrested for fleeing a business with $58.47 in merchandise. The two suspects were chased by and detained by witnesses.
•Larceny from vehicle, 2400 block of Military Road. An Ontario man reported that after going into a business, he returned to his vehicle about 10 minutes later to find a rear passenger side window smashed and two bottles of wine stolen.
Sunday, Jan. 12
•Traffic stop, Military Road at Elsa Place. Patrol initiated a traffic stop after observing a vehicle go over the double yellow line three times. The 35-year old Niagara Avenue driver was found to have a revoked license because of DWI convictions. The vehicle was towed.
•Building alarm, 1700 block of Military Road. In check of a business with an alarm going off, patrol observed water leaking from one of the doors. When the keyholder could not be contacted, patrol contacted the town water department to turn off the water main.
•Vandalism, Cayuga Village. Two residents of the 500 block of B Street, two residents of the 500 block of C Street, three residents of the 400 block of D Street, a resident of the 200 block of Park Drive and a resident of the 400 block of Main Street reported they found flattened tires on their vehicles in the morning.
Monday, Jan. 13
•Domestic, Cayuga Village. A D Street woman reported her ex-boyfriend assaulted her when he showed up at her residence asking to get back together and she refused.
•License plate missing, 3000 block of Norman Street. Resident reported someone removed the rear license plate from her vehicle.
Tuesday, Jan. 14
•Area check, Cayuga Village. Patrol did a check of the trailer park. All appeared OK.
•Check situation, Woodland Avenue. While on patrol, officer observed a vehicle in a driveway with its dome light on. Resident was contacted and there was no sign of tampering.