Niagara Gazette

Police Reports

July 21, 2011

BLOTTER: Police reports published July 22, 2011

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NIAGARA FALLS —

RANSOMVILLE

• ASSAULT: Keith E. Blose, 27, 3309 Creek Road, Youngstown, was charged with third-degree assault early July 16 on Youngstown-Lockport Road. Blose is accused of punching a man in the face, according to a sheriff’s office report. The man who was punched suffered a cut on his face and a knocked-out tooth and was treated at Mount St. Mary’s Hospital.

PENDLETON

• DOG BITE: Deputies were called to an Aiken Road address Tuesday night where a resident reported his daughter was bitten by a neighbor’s dog while riding her bike. The owner of the dog, described as a pit bull, told deputies they were aware the dog had bitten the girl and were able to provide the dog’s shot record. A report was forwarded to the county health department.

ROYALTON

• THEFT: The Niagara County Highway Department reported two, 20-foot-long plastic pipes were stolen from a work site on Akron Road west of Dysinger Road sometime between 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Highway workers dropped off three plastic pipes and upon their return to the site found two were missing, the sheriff’s report said.

OLCOTT

• INCIDENT: Deputies were called to a West Bluff Road address Thursday morning where a man told them he was clearing out items from his late sister’s home and found a large box of Uncle Sam’s Fireworks. The fireworks were turned over to deputies.

CITY OF TONAWANDA

• DISORDERLY: Paul J. Eberhard, 25, of Harvey Road, Grand Island, was arrested Wednesday for disorderly conduct. He was released on an appearance ticket.

• HARASSMENT: Fred C. Korchummel, 22, of Whitehaven Road, Grand Island, was arrested Wednesday for second-degree harassment after police said he threatened a woman at Canal Fest.

• LEWDNESS: Jamie D. Phillips, 19, of Mill Street, Little Valley, was arrested Wednesday evening for exposing himself to four young girls while at Canal Fest. Phillips was charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of public lewdness. He was held for court.

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