Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport
MENACING: William Robinson Jr., 35, 117 High St., was charged with third-degree menacing Saturday. Robinson was scheduled to appear Monday in Lockport City Court.
NO LICENSE: Marion C. Ogletree, 23, 383 Ellicott Creek Road, Amherst, was charged with third-degree unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop at a stop sign Saturday.
DWI: William H. Tilton, Jr., 46, 33 Hyde Park, was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to stop at a stop sign Sunday. Tilton was scheduled to appear Monday in Lockport City Court.
MARIJUANA: Diviner E. Moore, 22, 340 Herman St., Apt. 1, Buffalo, was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana Monday. Moore was held for court.
Town of Lockport
MARIJUANA: Anthony M. McDougald, 20, Lockport, was arrested on Jan. 9 around 6 a.m. for unlawful possession of marijuana, the New York State Police said. He was issued an appearance ticket.
THEFT: A town resident reported the theft of a cord of unsplit ash wood from a utility trailer near the roadway in the 5400 block of Saunders Settlement Road some time between Sunday and Monday. The victim said this was the second time that wood has been removed from the property. The wood that was most recently taken is valued at $150, according to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office.
THEFT: On Monday, a Gasport man reported the theft of a Garmin Nuvi 50 LM GPS unit from his unlocked vehicle, parked in the 6000 block of Crosby Road, some time between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Feb. 25. The GPS unit is valued at $140. The investigation is closed, the sheriff’s office said.
THEFT: A Newfane man reported Sunday that his three-point landscaping rake is missing from outside a storage business on Murphy Road. The rake is valued at $1,500, he said. The man told the sheriff’s office that this was the third incident since Nov. 22 in which his unsecured landscaping equipment was taken from the Lockport property, but he dismissed the previous incidents as isolated. The man claimed the previous loss of a back plow valued at $3,000 and pallet forks valued at $1,100 in the incident report. The case is closed pending new information, the sheriff’s office said.