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Police Reports

July 2, 2013

BLOTTER: Police reports published July 3

NIagara Falls

• ARREST: A Falls man was arrested after a domestic incident about 9:30 p.m. Thursday in the 2400 block of Cleveland Avenue. Robert Wayne Francis, 22, 2413 Cleveland Ave., was charged with second-degree criminal contempt.

• THEFT: Officers are looking into a theft in Packard Court. A 25-year-old man told police that sometime between 11 p.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday someone took the front license plate off of his 2003 BNW 525IA. The front bumper was also damaged.

• VANDALISM: Police are investigating an act of vandalism at the Niagara Street School in the 2500 block of Niagara Street. A maintenance man told officers that sometime between 4 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Monday someone smashed four windows on entrance doors to the school.

• ARREST: A Grand Island woman was arrested after a shoplifting incident at a store in the 1500 block of Military Road at 10:30 p.m. Monday. Caree Lee Hale, 30, 2177 Bedell Road, Apt. 2-A, was charged with petit larceny. Hale is accused of taking more than $20 worth of merchandise without paying for it.

• THEFT: Officers are looking into a car break-in in the 3000 block of Pine Avenue, A group of tourists from Belgium and New Jersey told police that sometime between noon and 12:50 p.m. Sunday someone broke into their rental car by popping a lock on a passenger-side door. The victims said a pair of passports, an iPad mini, an iPad 3, a cell phone and some cash was taken.

City of Lockport

• ENDANGERING: Brandon G. Eddy, 18, 733 Pasadena Ave. Niagara Falls, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful possession of marijuana, loud music and underage possession of alcohol on Sunday. Officers were called to John E. Pound school for the report of loud music and located a vehicle with California plates and an odor of marijuana within. Eddy was found in the vehicle with two juvenile passengers, marijuana and a bottle of whiskey. The juveniles were turned over to their parents.

• MARIJUANA: Timothy J. Howley IV, 21, 3581 Lower River Road, Youngstown, was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, passing a red light and unlawful possession of marijuana. According to the report, Hawley was stopped for a traffic violation at 3:05 a.m. Monday on Walnut Street. He had a suspended license and there was suspected marijuana in plain view.

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 18

    Police are investigating a theft from a convenience store in the 2600 block of Niagara Street. A clerk told officers that four suspects, two males and two females, entered the store at 5:32 a.m. Wednesday and one of the women brought several items to the counter and paid for them with a New York state benefit card. 

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 17

    A Ransomville man with alcohol-related convictions was charged with felony driving while intoxicated Sunday night, the Niagara County Sheriff's Office said. 

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 16

    A Niagara Falls man told police that he was attacked by two men while walking by himself Monday evening in the 600 block alleyway between 19th and 20th streets. 

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 15

    Lockport police quickly caught up with two teens charged with breaking into a Main Street restaurant early Sunday morning.

     

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 14

    A 54-year-old motorcyclist was flown to Erie County Medical Center by Mercy Flight after he collided with another motorcycle on Hartland Road Saturday afternoon.

     

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 13

    A Lockport man was flown by Mercy Flight to Erie County Medical Center after a car-motorcycle collision on Fisk Road Friday afternoon.

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 12

    Police are investigating a burglary in the 2500 block of 29th Street. An agent with the CSX Railroad Security Department told officers that sometime between April 4 and noon Monday, someone forced open the door to a storage shed on his company’s property.

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 11

    A North Tonawanda couple is accused of stealing textbooks from Niagara County Community College, according to the Sheriff's Office.

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 10

    Falls police are searching for two suspects who approached multiple Seneca Niagara Casino patrons in a series of attempted robberies.

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  • • Cops sig BLOTTER: Police reports published April 9

    Officers are looking into a car break-in in a parking lot in the 700 block of Whirlpool Street. 

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