Lockport Union-Sun & Journal Online

March 29, 2014

Police reports published March 29, 2014

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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

HARASSMENT: Gary A. Scheer, 62, 768 Revere Ave., North Tonawanda, was charged Wednesday with second-degree harassment. Lockport Police said Scheer turned himself in.

MARIJUANA: Tyler P. Sadauskas, 22, 11 Tudor Lane, Apt. 3, was charged Wednesday with fifth-degree possession of marijuana. He was given an appearance ticket for next week in Lockport City Court.

NO LICENSE: Robert A. Sears, 43, 3583 Orangeport Road, Gasport, was charged Thursday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He’s due Monday in Lockport City Court.

POSSESSION: Beonca L. Murphy, 20, 1573 Van Buren St., was charged Thursday with false personation and criminal possession of a hypodermic needle. Murphy was held for court.

DWI: Thomas W. Hammond, Jr., 48, 17 Outwater Dr., Apt. lower, was charged Friday with driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right and leaving the scene of an accident. Police said Hammond hit a utility pole.

Town of Lockport

DRUG OFFENSE: Shannon M. Reichart, 18, Cheektowaga, was charged with possession of a hypodermic instrument around 12:30 a.m. Friday, the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office said. A 16-year-old passenger in the vehicle Reichart was driving was also arrested for possession of cocaine and heroin. Reichart was issued an appearance ticket and is due in Lockport Town Court on April 10, the Sheriff’s Office said. 

DWI: Laurel C. Reed, 23, Lockport, was charged with driving while intoxicated just after 3 a.m. Friday, the New York State Police said. She was issued an appearance ticket and is due in Lockport Town Court on April 10.

Town of Newfane

MENACING: An elderly West Main Street man displayed a shotgun at workers trimming trees near his property just after noon Thursday, the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office said. The workers did not want to press charges, and the responding deputy advised the man of how serious his actions were. The man was allowed to keep his shotgun, the Sheriff’s Office said.