Teen caught throwing eggs at school bus
A Lockport teenager was charged with second-degree harassment around 2:30 p.m. Thursday after he was caught throwing eggs at school buses, Lockport Police said.
Josiah J. Chandler, 18, 52 Genesee St., was also charged with two counts of third-degree criminal tampering.
According to police, an officer saw Chandler throwing eggs at buses near Lockport High School. The officer was told that an egg struck a student sitting on one of the buses in the neck, causing redness and swelling. Chandler was stopped at the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Pine Street, where he caused several buses to slam on their brakes to avoid further confrontations, police said.
Multiple bus drivers pointed Chandler out and said that he was throwing eggs. Chandler had yoke on his pants as well as his hands, and told the responding officer that it was his "senior prank," police said.
Chandler is due in city court on Monday.
Man charged with DWI after flipping truck
A Clarence man was charged with DWI after flipping his truck on Cambria-Wilson Road early Thursday.
A sheriff's deputy called to a report of a hit-and-run property damage accident on the 3100 block of Cambria-Wilson Road about 1 a.m. said he found a Dodge Ram flipped on its passenger side in the front yard of a home. The deputy said he spotted Aaron D. MacDonald, 21, 9395 Willowwood Drive, Clarence, walking down the street, away from the accident.
The deputy said MacDonald admitted to being intoxicated and being the driver of the Ram. He said he had been drinking at a nearby bar.
Numerous empty and full Labatt Blue and Budweiser cans were scattered in and around the truck, the deputy said. When the ambulance arrived, MacDonald was uncooperative and refused to answer the paramedic's questions on how he was feeling. He refused to go to the hospital and refused to sign the refusal paperwork.