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Niagara County Sheriff's Office Reports (Tribune area) for July 26, 2012

by jmaloni
Thu, Jul 26th 2012 02:40 pm

The following calls were received by the Niagara County Sheriff's Office from the Wheatfield/Town of Niagara area between July 16 and 22.

Monday, July 16

•6900 block of Williams Road, Wheatfield, animal problem. Dog in distress in vehicle in a mall lot.

•Skylark Drive, Wheatfield, fireworks. About 20 people in park shooting off fireworks.

Tuesday, July 17

•Ward Road, Wheatfield, traffic enforcement. Speeding motorcycles.

•3600 block of Klemer Road, Wheatfield, check welfare. Elderly female walking toward boulevard seems disoriented.

Wednesday, July 18

•3600 block of Julie Court, Wheatfield, neighbor problem. Complainant thinks neighbor put feces in pool.

•2100 block of Roberts Drive, Town of Niagara, criminal mischief. Mailbox pushed over.

•7100 block of Laur Road, Town of Niagara, EMS. Diabetic locked in bedroom/combative.

Thursday, July 19

•7300 block of Shawnee Road, Wheatfield, industrial accident. A 32-year-old male with leg injury.

•2000 block of Lockport Road, Wheatfield, suspicious person. Male attempting to enter building behind the address.

•10,200 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard, Town of Niagara, larceny. Tools taken from shop.

Friday, July 20

•2600 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, animal problem. Dog left in car in lot.

•3800 block of Mapleton Road, Wheatfield, landlord/tenant dispute. Landlord removed complainant's furniture to driveway.

Saturday, July 21

•3700 block of Spice Creek, Wheatfield, suspicious vehicle. Kids in car, drinking.

•7100 block of Lakeside Drive, Wheatfield, ATV problem. ATV and four-wheel drive trucks behind residence.

Sunday, July 22

•3700 block of Klemer Road, Wheatfield, assist citizen. Female stuck in handcuffs.

•2100 block of Liberty Drive, Wheatfield, suspicious person. About five teenagers walking around building.

•4500 block of Liberty Avenue, Town of Niagara, disturbing the peace. Kids being loud.

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