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Niagara County Sheriff's Office Reports (Tribune area) for Dec. 22, 2011

by jmaloni
Wed, Dec 21st 2011 11:45 pm

The following is a sampling of calls received by the Niagara County Sheriff's Office from Wheatfield and the Town of Niagara between Dec. 5 and 11.

Monday, Dec. 5

•Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, suspicious person. Man reported riding bicycle down the center of the boulevard.

•2900 block of Lemke Drive, Wheatfield, burglary. Purse reported taken from home; back door unlocked.

•6700 block of Ward Road, Wheatfield, fire. Smoke reported coming from dryer in basement.

•3100 block of Apple Court, Town of Niagara, juvenile problem. Son, 17, reported out of control.

Tuesday, Dec. 6

•7100 block of Shawnee Road, Wheatfield, injury accident. Car/deer accident.

•3300 block of Summerset Court, Wheatfield, domestic. Wife hit husband.

Wednesday, Dec. 7

•6900 block of Williams Road, Wheatfield, prowler. Maintenance reported seeing flashlight from roof.

•3100 block of Dell Drive, Town of Niagara, pornography. Wife reported finding suggestive material on husband's computer.

Thursday, Dec. 8

•6900 block of Walmore Road, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. Damage done to driver's side window.

Friday, Dec. 9

•6100 block of Hoover Road, Wheatfield, accident. Vehicle in ditch.

•4000 block of Lockport Road, Wheatfield, burglary. Window broken; money taken.

Saturday, Dec. 10

•Niagara Street, Wheatfield, check welfare. Elderly, skinny male reported walking barefoot.

•3600 block of Northcreek Run, Wheatfield, hunter complaint. Five gunshots reported from field behind house.

Sunday, Dec. 11

•2400 block of Washington Street, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. Unknown substance reported on driveway.

•3700 block of Lockport Road, Wheatfield, property damage. Someone tore up back lawn with a vehicle.

•3100 block of Woodland Court, Wheatfield, fire. Stove fire reported.

•4700 block of Garlow Road, Town of Niagara, domestic. Father/daughter incident; physical; drugs possibly involved.

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