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Town of Niagara Police Blotter for Oct. 21

by jmaloni
Thu, Oct 21st 2010 04:00 pm
The following is a sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to between Oct. 7 and 11. During that time period, 92 calls were received.

Thursday, Oct. 7

  • 2400 block of Military Road, assault. Patrols responded to a restaurant parking lot on a report of two males fighting. The two bus drivers did not speak English well, but it was determined that there was money dispute. They did not want charges filed. U.S. Border Patrol also on the scene.
  • 4700 block of Isherwood Drive, property found. Resident reported finding a hypodermic syringe and a burnt spoon in a ditch next to his house.
  • 3300 block of Hyde Park Boulevard, harassment. A LaSalle woman reported she pulled into a parking lot of a business and was accosted by a woman from another car who claimed the victim had cut her off five times. The victim said she was punched in the face and grabbed by the neck before the suspect fled in a black Taurus.

Friday, Oct. 8

  • 4700 block of Witmer Road, burglary. Patrol responded to warehouse under construction to meet New York Power Authority security to investigate a gate that was open with the lock on the ground. Various equipment and building supplies were reported stolen by the construction company. Investigation to continue.
  • 1100 block of West Creek Drive, Cayuga Village, vandalism. Resident reported someone threw a rock through a rear bedroom window overnight.
  • 2600 block of Military Road, assist citizen. Patrol assisted a citizen with a lock out by calling AAA and standing by until assistance arrived.

Saturday, Oct. 9

  • 8500 block of Porter Road, vandalism. Resident reported someone poured ketchup and mustard in his car while it was parked in the lot. He said he believed it was his baby's mother. While patrol on the scene, the woman called and admitted she did it. Victim decided not to pursue charges.
  • 1900 block of Military Road, parking. Patrol issued seven parking citations at the mall for illegally parked vehicles.
  • 2000 block of Military Road, larceny. A Portage Road woman reported her boyfriend stole $2,000 in cash, credit cards and keys from her bag left in his car after they got into a fight at a business and he locked the doors of his car and left.

Sunday, Oct. 10

  • 2400 block of Military Road, burglary. A business reported someone broke through a front window after attempting to enter through a rear security door and took $635 in cash and a credit slip from an out-of-town customer.
  • Woodland Avenue, suspicious person. Patrol dispatched for a report of a man walking along the street begging for money. Suspect not found.
  • 1500 block of Military Road, vandalism. A Niagara Falls man reported that while he was in a business, someone put a tar-like substance on his car and he wanted a report in case the paint was damaged.
  • Military Road, assist citizen. Patrol observed an obviously intoxicated male attempting to ride a bicycle northbound. Patrol commended the man for not driving a vehicle while intoxicated, but advised him to walk his bicycle the remaining way home.

Monday, Oct. 11

  • 470 block of Witmer Road, EMS aid. Patrol obtained employer information at a work site where a Ransomville man had tripped and fallen on a shovel and apparently broke ribs. Rural Metro transported the man to ECMC.
  • 4700 block of Fox Avenue, assist citizen. Resident complained that children from adjoining property were target practicing with a bow and arrow and struck his tool shed.
  • Steele Circle, Wildwood Acres, burglary. Resident reported that she was out of town and her two teenage daughters were home alone in bed when someone entered her home through an unlocked door and stole her laptop, cameras and jewelry, valued at $1,400. While patrol was interviewing the victim, an 18-year-old Niagara Falls man came to the door, confessed and implicated two others in the theft.
  • 4800 block of Hyde Park Boulevard, assist citizen. Patrol dispatched to assist an employee of a business who had locked herself inside the building. The employee was able to pass the key through the mail slot to patrol.

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