Niagara Gazette

Police Reports

November 21, 2012

BLOTTER: Police reports published Nov. 19

(Continued)

• THEFT: Police are investigating a theft from a vehicle in the 2900 block of Weston Avenue between 5:45 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. The victim, a 26-year-old woman, said the culprit took her purse containing her driver’s license, wallet and Xanax pills from inside her unsecured vehicle. She said the total value of the objects is $980.

 
• THEFT: Police are investigating a theft in the 1500 block of Walnut Avenue at 12:30 a.m. Saturday. The victim, a 25-year-old woman, said shortly after a friend of hers visited her apartment, both her cellphone and headphones were missing. She provided her friend’s name to police and told them he was the only one with access to the apartment at the time of the property disappearance.

 
• THEFT: Police are investigating a theft of services at an apartment in the 3200 block of 19th Street at 11:06 a.m. Friday. A cable company representative said he was on-site for another issue when he noticed a long, white cable coming out of the main fielder which wasn’t supposed to be there. The man said he followed the cable to a nearby apartment. The resident, a 33-year-old woman, told police she was using the cable but that it was already set up when she moved in back in January 2011.

 
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• GRAND LARCENY: Sheriffs deputies went to Todd Erection Company, 6520 Campbell Blvd., on Friday to take a report of a missing plow. A complainant reported that an unknown person stole a red 2009 7.5 foot Western Plow, valued at $4,125 sometime between the end of July and early August. The complainant stated the plow had sat outside on the north side of the building and he did not notice it missing until the previous night when his son asked about its location. The victim asked his employees as to its whereabouts and was advised that they moved all the plows inside a fenced in area. After checking the area, it was determined that the plow in question was not in there. The victim believes it was taken during that time frame, because after the early part of August, he had a camera system installed which would have caught the theft on tape.
 

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