• FIRE: A Youngstown Lockport Road man reported that a camper fire broke out Saturday morning. The man said he and his daughter were house sitting for the owner who was out of town. The man said he heard someone blowing the horn and when he looked, he saw the camper was on fire. The camper was about $3,500, the report said. Ransomville Fire put out the fire.
City of Lockport
• ASSAULT: Thomas Brown, 33, 415 5th St., lower, Niagara Falls, was charged Sunday with second-degree assault. The report said police were called to Washburn Street because of a fight. The victim, a Washburn Street man, was found in the middle of the street with a large bump forming on his forehead and several abrasions. The report said the victim was incoherent as police talked to him. A witness said the suspect approached the victim while yelling at him. The suspect picked up the victim and dropped him on the street and kicked him several times.
• MISCHIEF: A caller reported to police Saturday that someone attempted to pry off the St. Patrick’s Church sign on the front of the building on Church Street. The report said it occurred between Friday night and Saturday morning and damage was estimated at $100.
• DWI: Michael O’Connor, 18, 68 Fairfield St., Buffalo, was charged Sunday morning with driving while intoxicated, unlawful possession of marijuana, disobeying a stop sign and passing a red light. The report said police saw O’Connor’s vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign at Transit and Niagara Streets. The vehicle then went through a red light at Genesee and Transit Streets. Police stopped the vehicle and the driver was found to have glassy eyes, slurred speech and a strong odor coming from the vehicle. O’Connor said he had been drinking. During the booking process, police found a bag with a green leafy subject matter in his right pocket. The bag was sent for marijuana testing. O’Connor is due at 9 a.m. Jan. 5 in Lockport City Court.
• NO LICENSE: Casillas Moldanado, 25, 154 Lawernce St., Buffalo, was charged Sunday with aggravated unlicensed operation. The report said police ran a road check on South Transit Road and saw a vehicle turn in order to avoid the check. Upon investigation police found the suspect did not have a valid New York state driver’s license and his Illinois driver’s license was suspended. Moldanado is due at 9 a.m. Jan. 5 in Lockport City Court.
• IMPERSONATION: Christopher Perham, 18, 279 Washburn St., was charged Sunday with second degree criminal impersonation. The report said police received a tip that Perham had lied about his identity to avoid warrants from Niagara Falls. When interviewed during an investigation about a fight, Perham said his first name was Robert, the report said. Perham is due at 9 a.m. Jan. 5 in Lockport City Court.
Town of Lockport
• LARCENY: A Center Street woman reported Saturday that while she was parked on South Transit Road some unknown person entered her vehicle and removed a DS Light computer game. There were no signs of any forced entry into said vehicle. The game was about $175, the report said.