Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport
ASSAULT: Anthony J. Ervin, III, 29, 8 Warren St., Apt. left, was charged Saturday with second-degree assualt and third-degree menacing. Ervin was arrested, held without bail and expected to appear today in Lockport City Court.
DWI: James T. Smith, 42, 5629 Jeffrey Drive, was charged Sunday with driving while intoxicated and speeding. He’s due today in Lockport City Court.
NO LICENSE: Damon J. Quackenbush, 23, 103 Genesee St., Apt. 1C, was charged Sunday with third-degree unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Quackenbush is due to report Wednesday to Lockport City Court.
DWI: Shawn T. Gailor, 40, 48 Ambleside Drive, was charged Sunday with driving while intoxicated and failure to signal a turn. Gailor is due today in Lockport City Court.
DWI: Jason S. Trippensee, 30, 4677 Gasport Road, was charged Sunday with driving while intoxicated and failure to stop at a stop sign. He’s due today in Lockport City Court.
LARCENY: A Chestnut Ridge Road man told the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office someone had taken his 2007 Yamaha Raptor all-terrain vehicle, which was worth $3,000. The man said he last saw the ATV on May 5 and noticed it was missing on Saturday. It had been sitting in front of his garage while renovations were being done on the inside of the structure.
FIRE: An Appleton man was able to get his family and dogs out of his burning truck before it was fully engulfed in flames Friday night. According to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were called to a vehicle fire on Chestnut Ridge Road at 5:41 p.m. Friday. Upon arrival deputies found a a 2006 Ford F150 parked roadside and fully engulfed in flames. Attached to the vehicle was a 2013 Lared house trailer. The vehicle’s owner told deputies he smelled something burning while driving on Chestnut Ridge Road. When he noticed flames under the hood of the vehicle, he pulled over immediately and got his family and dogs out of the truck. Terry’s Corners Vol. Fire Co. and members of the Terry’s Corners Vol. Fire Co. arrived and extinguished the fire. The truck sustained extensive fire damage throughout and was listed by NCSO as a “total loss.” The attached house trailer received some heat damage to the front of it, with an estimated repair cost of at least $1000. The cause of the fire is unknown. No injuries were reported.