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February 25, 2013

BLOTTER: Police reports published Feb. 25

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Man caught with $1,300 in perfume

 
A Niagara County Sheriff’s deputy picked up a man carrying $1,320 in perfume and cologne taken from a Williams Road store Friday morning.

 
Staff at the store called police after noticing the man carrying several bottles of cologne and acting suspiciously. Employees were unable to keep the man in the store but a responding deputy found him near a gas station a short distance away.

 
The deputy said as he approached the man, he could see he had several items in his coat pocket, his pants pockets and his hoodie. The man was identified as Hassan K. Ford, 47, 6824 Plaza Drive, Niagara Falls, and he admitted taking the items.

 
He told the deputy he sells the perfume and cologne on the street for $5 a bottle to support his drug habit. The deputy said he had four bottles of Usher, four Rocawear, two Rihanna, three Coolwater, two Beyonce, two Ecko, three Nautica, one Burberry, two RRBL, one MJB, two CKONE, one SJ, two PACO, one Hugo Boss and two Paris Hilton at the time he was stopped.

 
Ford was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny.

 
Niagara Falls

 
• INCIDENT: State Park Police are looking for the body of a man who was apparently swept over the falls on Saturday night. Witnesses said they saw the man walk out on some ice and into the rapids. The man then disappeared. Park Police say they’ve recovered some of the man’s personal belongings.

 
• BURGLARY: Officers are looking into a burglary that happened between 11:20 a.m. and 7:50 p.m. Friday in the 400 block of 21st Street. The victim, a 65-year-old woman, said she returned home and noticed her lights were on inside her home. Thinking it was her grandchildren, she entered the house and noticed her TV missing from her living room. Investigating further, she found a laptop to be missing from a spare bedroom and about $5,000 in jewelry gone from her bedroom. Investigators found several blood stains in the house and a broken window believed to be where entry was made. There were several sets of footprints in the snow. Total property value was listed at $7,650.

 

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