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January 8, 2013

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GRAND LARCENY: Todd A. Gailie, 22, 318 Walnut St. was charged with fourth degree grand larceny and petit larceny Sunday. The police responded to 80 Main Street for the report of a stolen purse. The victim said her wallet was stolen and was found by her friend men’s room. According to the report, the owner reviewed video tape which showed Gailie take the purse from the table, put the purse under his jacket and walk in the men’s restroom. Gailie was retained by bar security. Cash and a credit card was missing from the purse.

POSSESSION: Brandon J. Lake, 22, 210 High St., Apt. 2E was charged with four counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance Saturday. The police responded to Eastern Niagara Hospital-Lockport for the report of a man smoking marijuana near the entrance to the emergency room. According to the report, Lake admitted to smoking marijuana and turned over a silver metal pipe. Blake was placed under arrest and searched. Police found syringes, a spoon containing burnt residue, a set of shears and vice grips, and a controlled substance. 

CHARGED: Darrel D. Smith, 56, 242, Washburn St. was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing Monday.  While police responded to an unrelated call on Washburn Street, the patrol heard a woman yelling “get off me.” According to the report, Smith and victim had an argument and the woman wanted to leave. Smith allegedly pushed her to ground, put his body weight on top of her, put both hands on victim’s neck and squeezed. There were marks and scratches on her neck. 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: Elizabeth F. Sautelet, 27, 5716 Glendale Drive was charged with second-degree burglary, petty larceny and fourth-degree criminal mischief Sunday. The police responded to Spalding Street on Dec. 2 for a burglary. The victim reported an AK47 rifle was stolen with fully-loaded clips. 

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