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Town of Niagara Police Blotter for June 16, 2011

by jmaloni
Fri, Jun 17th 2011 11:35 pm

The following is a sampling of the calls the Town of Niagara Police responded to between June 1 and 5.

Wednesday, June 1

•St. Thomas Loop, EMS. An 82-year-old female had her arm stuck in a portable rail. The rail was removed and her arm freed.

•3000 block of Petroleum Street, suspicious person. Complainant believes his wife is considering poisoning him as a result of her recent e-Bay purchase of herbs. He wanted to report it in case he died unexpectedly.

•3000 block of Lincoln Street, animal complaint. Complainant said he was walking his dog in the area of Lockport Road and Panama Street when a pit bull dog attacked his dog.

•Rhode Island Avenue, sexual offense. Complainant said his girlfriend was attacked in his backyard by an unknown male who grabbed her by the throat, forced her to the ground, slapped her and tore her clothing, then ran when she started to scream.

•6900 Williams Road, Wheatfield, assist state police. A broken window and open door was found at business at the mall.

Thursday, June 2

•8500 block of Porter Road, EMS. Patrol forced entry to an apartment so Rural Metro Ambulance could transport a subject having a medical condition to Mount St. Mary's Hospital and Health Center.

•Military Road, arrest. Patrol arrested a 25-year-old 68th Street man after he failed to pass a sobriety test when questioned after his car rear-ended another vehicle.

•7200 block of St. Joseph Road, juvenile problem and traffic ticket. Patrol spoke to juveniles playing street hockey and advised them to move out of the way when cars came through. While speaking with the juveniles, patrol observed a man driving on the shoulder of the road and talking on his cell phone, who nearly struck one of the juveniles and was observed rolling through a stop sign.

Friday, June 3

•Witmer Road, traffic violations. Patrol stopped a 24-year-old Ontario Avenue woman for driving without a seat belt. It was found that her license was suspended and the vehicle was uninsured and not inspected. A child in the back seat was not in a car seat.

•600 block of D Street, assist citizen. Complainant said someone placed an ad on Craig's List stating that her house was free to a good family.

•2000 block of Military Road, disorderly conduct. Patrol responded to a reported fight in business parking lot. Parties left before patrol's arrival.

Saturday, June 4

•I-190 northbound, assist state police. Patrol assisted with a three-car accident near the Witmer Road exit.

•Lockport Road, DWI. Patrol arrested a 26-year-old Creekside Parkway woman for DWI after stopping her for driving 63 mph in a 45 mph zone.

•Military Road near Lockport Road, seatbelt checkpoint arrests. Patrol was working a seat belt checkpoint when a gray Camero was observed driving northbound with a female driver talking on a cell phone. The 22-year-old Anthony Drive woman was arrested after a check of her license revealed three suspensions. Also arrested at Fashion Outlet Boulevard was a 25-year-old Buffalo man observed talking on a cell phone. He tried to turn and go the other way. He also was found to have a suspended license. In addition, a 30-year-old Niagara Street man was arrested for having an expired inspection sticker and a suspended license.

•600 block of B Street, larceny. Resident reported someone stole a bicycle, valued at $250, from her backyard.

Sunday, June 5

•8100 block of Hickory Lane, neighbor problem. Complaint said neighbor is continually revving his motorcycle and might be operating an unlicensed repair shop. The dispute has lasted several years. Both parties advised to stay away from each other.

•8200 block of Colonial Drive, juvenile problem. Patrol talked to resident who stated on June 1 he heard something hitting his fence, and when he went out he noticed the boy next door with a BB gun. He said he then heard what he believes to be shots from a .22 cal. gun pass over his head and into the tree above him.

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