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Crime

April 6, 2012

Police blotter items published April 6, 2012

City of Lockport

CHARGED: Leslie A. Huntington, 30, 211 Mill St. was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Wednesday. According to the report, Huntington took the keys of the victim in Mill Street.

Town of Lockport

HARASSMENT: Terrence W. Cramer, 16, 6395 Old Niagara Road, was charged with second-degree harassment, physical contact Tuesday. According to the report, the sheriff’s patrol was called to Wyndham Lawn for a report of an out-of-control male. Cramer was told to go to his room by a staff member and began pushing the staff member. Three staff members had to restrain Cramer until patrol arrived. He was transported to the Niagara County Jail where police bail was set at $100. 

Middleport

BURGLARY: The sheriff’s patrol was dispatched to Carmen Road for a burglary report Tuesday. The homeowner stated an unknown person entered her home and took some items valued at $7,430. Jewelry was taken from her jewelry box and a few $1 bills were taken off of a kitchen countertop and a coin jar that was kept inside of her son’s room was missing. Missing items included three 18-carat gold Bangkock rings valued a $4,000; three saphire diamond rings valued at $1,000 and a solitaire engagement ring valued at $1,000.

Royalton

DWAI: Colleen L. Smith, 49, 6884 East High St., Lockport was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, driving on the shoulders, driving while ability impaired by drugs and failure to keep right Tuesday. At 8:38 a.m, the sheriff’s patrol was dispatched to Chestnut Ridge Road for a reckless driver. According to the report, the blue Chevy Trailblazer was crossing into oncoming traffic and had just missed a collision with a school bus. The Trailblazer turned onto Gasport Road and the deputies caught up to the vehicle north of Bunker Hill Road. The vehicle crossed over the yellow center line into the oncoming lane of traffic then cross back onto the shoulder of the southbound lane of Gasport Road. The Trailblazer did not pull over to the side of the road but, instead stopped in the middle of Gasport Road. Smith had glassy eyes, slurred speech, poor motor skills and the odor of an alcoholic beverage. She seemed to be disoriented. The patrol found three white pills that had IP190 printed on them and two white pills that had G31 printed on them. She failed field sobriety tests. She was taken to Eastern Niagara Lockport Hospital for a draw of her blood. She refused a blood test. Smith’s criminal history revealed a prior driving while intoxicated conviction on in 2005 in the Town of Avon. 

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