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August 17, 2013

BLOTTER: Police reports published Aug. 17

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Salhany turned himself in to the Lockport Police Department on Monday and was held on $1,000 bail.

On Tuesday, a Locust Street tenant who lives in a lower apartment reported that as of January she believes that Salhany, who lives at the upper apartment which has a Spruce Street address, has been stealing her cable by splicing into her cable wires which are in the shared basement. She contacted Time Warner which discovered the illegal hook up.

According to the report, Salhany's power has been shut off for some time, but the downstair's neighbor noticed that some lights have been turned on at night and she could hear the TV. The police discovered an extension cord running from Sahlany's door to an electric outlet belonging to the victim.

 

ONTARIO

Man with ankle injury rescued from gorge

Members of the Niagara Parks Police Service High Angle River Team along with the Niagara Falls Fire Department and Niagara Emergency Medical Services responded to the Whirlpool gorge about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday for a report of a 54-year-old man with a suspected ankle fracture.

The man was located in a remote area, well off the marked trail system, given first aid at the scene and flown by helicopter out of the gorge with the assistance of Niagara Helicopters to a waiting ambulance. He was transported to hospital for further assessment.   

 

Cambria

• TIRES SLASHED: Eight tires on two vehicles were reported slashed Thursday while parked on Diller Road driveway. The owner estimated the damage at$800. The vehicles were a 1998 Chevrolet S10 and a 2000 Ford Explorer.

Newfane

• CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: Stedman's Nursery and a Main Street neighbor reported problems with trespassers Thursday.  Stedman's Nursery employees said they have been experiencing ongoing problems with trespassers. Several fire extinguishers were found on the property, which were removed from Stedman's vehicles that require extinguishers inside of the vehicles. The fire extinguishers were used inside one of the greenhouses, causing an unknown amount of damage to the plants. The sprinklers were turned on and several other plants were kicked over and damaged on the property. A neighbor reported, solar lights were stolen and damaged. 

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