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Youngstown Police Blotter for Oct. 2

by jmaloni
Sat, Oct 2nd 2010 04:00 pm

The following is a sample of the Village of Youngstown Police Blotter from Aug. 29 to Sept. 22.

Sunday, Aug. 29

  • 900 block of Woodcliff Drive, domestic incident. A resident reported an unwanted person. All okay.
  • Faulkner Park, patrol watch. Patrol walked a business district/park. The area was secured.
  • 1000 block of Swann Road, burglar alarm. Patrol responded to a burglar alarm at a residence. The home was cleared.
  • Robert Moses Highway, suspicious vehicles. A complainant reported suspicious vehicles along a busy highway. Patrol checked the area and the vehicles were gone on arrival.

Monday, Aug. 30

  • 400 block of Water Street, alarm. An alarm went off at a local business. An employee was found on location. All okay.
  • 3100 block of Porter-Center Road, neighbor dispute. Patrol assisted the Niagara County Sheriff Dept. with an ongoing neighbor dispute.

Saturday, Sept. 4

  • 600 block of Blairville, loud noises. A complainant reported hearing yelling from a neighbor's home. Patrol found children playing video games on arrival.
  • 100 block of Jackson Street, check welfare of elderly female. A 72-year-old female reported she fell her in her home. She had laceration to her nose. The female was transported to a hospital for further evaluation.

Sunday, Sept. 5

  • 1000 block of Swann Road, hang-up call. Patrol checked a residence for a 911 hang-up call. All okay.
  • 4300 block of Autumn Lane, harassment complaint. A homeowner reported five golfers threatened to smash out his windows if he did not return their golf ball. A report is pending with the Lewiston Police Dept.
  • 1700 block of Harrison Lane, check welfare. Patrol responded to a report of a 14-year-old daughter being slapped by her father. The parents stated they were having problems controlling their daughter.

Monday, Sept. 6

  • 1000 block of Swann Road, domestic incident. Patrol assisted the Lewiston Police Dept. with a domestic dispute.

Tuesday, Sept. 7

  • 200 block of Lockport Street, rape. A resident of the 300 block of Oak claimed a man raped her in a business. The victim was taken to the hospital for further evaluation. Investigation pending.

Saturday, Sept. 11

  • Water Street, vehicles towed. A 51-year-old male and a 41-year-old male were made aware their vehicles were towed from the business they were located at.
  • 300 block of Brampton Road, property damage. A 70-year-old male reported property damage to his home. A report was filed.

Sunday, Sept. 12

  • 3300 block of East Avenue, stolen/lost license plates. A resident reported her license plates were lost or stolen.

Monday, Sept. 13

  • Church Street, traffic stop. A traffic stop was made to a village resident. A warning was issued.
  • Faulkner Park, property check. A property check was made at a park.
  • Veterans Park, property check. A property check was made at a park.

Tuesday, Sept. 14

  • 600 block of Cayuga Street, hang-up call. Patrol assisted the Lewiston Police Department with a 911 hang-up call.
  • Faulkner Park, property check. Juveniles were advised to leave the park.

Friday, Sept. 17

  • 300 block of Elm Street, aggravated harassment. A 23-year-old male filed a report of aggravated harassment.

Saturday, Sept. 18

  • 300 block of Oak St., dog bite complaint. A homeowner reported his dog was bit on the throat by his neighbor's dog. The neighbor's dog was not on a leash.
  • Youngstown code violation. An appearance ticket was issued to a 31-year-old female. The female was arrested for not having her dog on a leash.
  • 3300 block of Creek Road, open burn complaint. Patrol responded to an open burn complaint. The party agreed to extinguish the fire.

Sunday, Sept. 19

  • Church Street, ticket issued. A 34-year-old male was issued a speeding ticket. He was going 44-mph in a 30-mph zone.

Monday, Sept. 20

  • Faulkner Park, disorderly juveniles complaint. Patrol responded to a complaint of juveniles smoking marijuana in the park. The area was checked with negative results.
  • Church Street, ticket issued. A 31-year-old female was issued a speeding ticket. She was going 44-mph in a 30-mph zone.
Wednesday, Sept. 22
  • Coast Guard Station, animal complaint. Patrol responded to a report of an animal problem, possibly a skunk. The company was advised to contact animal control to have it removed.

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