• BURGLARY: Police are investigating a burglary in the 800 block of 80th Street. A 20-year-old man told officers that sometime between 9 p.m. Monday and noon Wednesday someone broke into his apartment and poured hot sauce over his TV. The victim also said a safe and pair of boots were taken.
• ARRESTS: Two Falls men were arrested after a traffic stop. Torez R. Lamar, 20, 1334 Niagara Ave., was charged with second-degree criminal impersonation. Police said he gave them a fake name during their investigation. Kenneth J. Hall, 19, 1822 Linwood Ave., was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and two traffic infractions. Hall had 2 grams of marijuana in his possession after the SUV he was driving was stopped for heavily tinted windows and no front license plate.
• PROPERTY DAMAGE: A Saunders Settlement woman told police Wednesday that she believes someone “kicked off” her driver’s side mirror. The report said she went to her vehicle, which had been parked in the parking lot in front of her dorm, at 3 p.m. and found the mirror laying on her hood. The housing unit for the mirror was missing. A maintenance crew member told her he picked up the pieces. The whole unit was taken off of the car and there are a few black scuff marks on her door under where the mirror should be. She states that the incident had to of occurred sometime between Monday and Wednesday. The report said the victim did not believe another vehicle was responsible for the damage, but that she has heard that some students have been vandalizing the cars in the lot.
• UNLAWFUL POSSESSION: Patricia Huber, 43, 6930 Village Drive, North Tonawanda, was charged Thursday with unlawful possession of marijuana. The report said police responded to a complaint made by a Village Drive woman who complained of a strong odor of marijuana in the hallway coming from apartment next door. Police then went to the apartment and spoke with Huber. Police asked her where the marijuana was, which she said that she smoked it and there was none left. The report said police found a plastic bag and a blue glass pipe, both with suspected marijuana in them, sitting on the table. The property was taken and a receipt was given to Huber along with an appearance ticket, the report said. Property will be submitted to the lab for testing. No further police action was taken.
City of Lockport
• CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: Nathaniel Carson, Jr., 18, 174 Atkinson St., Rochester, was charged Thursday with fourth degree criminal mischief. The report said a caller from Evans Street told police a black male had thrown a street barricade through a window in the upstairs residence. The man was with a group who took off on foot. A short time later Niagara County Sheriff’s Department noticed a group of men on Washburn Street fitting the description of the suspects. Carson was identified by the caller and the report said the damage was valued at $100. Carson is due at 9 a.m. Monday in Lockport City Court.
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