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April 5, 2013

Police reports published April 5

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Lockport

• DISORDERLY: Gregory H. Davis, 50, 315 Washburn St., was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest about 1:20 a.m. Thursday. A patrol officer driving on Washburn Street said Davis stumbled onto the roadway a distance from the patrol car, waved at the officer and proceeded to walk toward the moving vehicle. After the officer stopped the vehicle and exited, Davis first tried walking the other way, then started walking toward the officer in an “aggressive” manner, the arrest report said. Davis did not comply with orders to stop moving and put his hands behind his back. The officer took Davis down to the ground and needed help from several other officers to get Davis handcuffed, the report said. Davis was held on $500 bail pending arraignment Monday in City Court.

• UNLICENSED: Eirik S. Rivers, 40, 290 Grand St., was ticketed for unlicensed driving Wednesday evening on Saxton Street. A patrol officer initiated a traffic stop with prior knowledge that Rivers does not have a valid driver’s license, the report said. Rivers was held on $100 police bail ahead of arraignment Tuesday in City Court.

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• VEHICLE FIRE: A resident in the 4900 block of Lake Road reported a vehicle caught fire on his property Wednesday afternoon. The resident said his niece’s 2006 Hyundai hadn’t been running well, and after he took it for a drive, fire erupted beneath the front end. Wilson Volunteer firefighters were called to extinguish the blaze, according to the sheriff’s incident report.

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