Niagara Gazette

Police Reports

February 3, 2013

BLOTTER: Police reports published Feb. 2

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Robbery suspects arrested

 
Niagara County Sheriff James Voutour announced Friday that a man sought in connection with a Sept. 3 armed robbery of a 7 Eleven store on Plaza Drive has been arrested.

 
James Williamson, 24, of North Tonawanda, and an unidentified youth were both charged in connection with the incident. Both have been charged with first-degree robbery.

 
About midnight Sept. 3, a clerk called police to report he’d just been robbed and a handgun had been displayed. During the incident, an undetermined amount of cash, cigarettes and a donation jar were taken.

 
The Sheriff’s Office, working with the Niagara Falls Police Department, was able to gather information and arrest Williamson and the youth.

 
   Niagara Falls

 
• DWI: Andrew J. Quaranta, 32, 605 73rd St., was charged with DWI, refusal of a breath test, running a red light, unsafe lane change and wrong way on a one-way street about 1:50 a.m. Friday, according to Falls police. Quaranta was charged after a traffic stop on the 500 block of Falls Street, according to a report.

 
• BURGLARY: The owner of a building on the 800 block of Point Avenue told police that sometime between Jan. 24 and 31 someone forced open two doors into the building and took a 46-inch TV. The owner said he is in the process of selling the building and no one currently lives there.
 

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