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February 20, 2012

Police blotter items published Feb. 20, 2012

City of Lockport

TRESPASSING: Joshua D. Cooney, 24, 111 Elmwood St., was arrested Saturday for trespassing. According to the report, police responded to an unwanted party complaint at a Gooding Street residence. Cooney is scheduled to appear in Lockport City Court on Tuesday.

MISCHIEF: Brian M. Cuillo, 18, 147 Grand St., and Joseph M. Luzio, 1210 Maplewood Drive, were charged Saturday with fourth-degree criminal mischief. According to the report, police responded to a dispute between Grand Street neighbors. The victim told police that she saw Cuillo throw eggs at her home. Both Cuillo and Luzio were located and admitted throwing an egg at the residence, which had stained the building’s siding. Luzio and Cuillo are scheduled to appear Wednesday in Lockport City Court.

CHILD ENDANGERMENT: Stacey L. Miller, 28, 401 Ohio St., was arrested Sunday for fourth-degree criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child. According to the report, patrol was dispatched to a reported domestic incident. Police talked to the victim, who said she heard her granddaughter crying in the living room and when she checked, see found Miller text messaging and not paying attention to the child. The victim confronted Miller, who became irate and began hitting the woman and placing her arm around her throat, causing the victim to have difficulty breathing. Miller then went outside and broke the window of the back door. The victim wished to pursue charges against Miller, who was arrested without incident. An order of protection was requested against Miller, who is scheduled to appear Wednesday in City Court.

Town of Wilson

BURGLARY: Leslie T. Luxon, 39, 331 Pullman Ave., Rochester and Donald M. Walls, 33, 15 Willow St., Rochester were arrested Sunday for third-degree burglary, fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, third-degree criminal mischief, second-degree criminal trespass, fourth-degree grand larceny and possession of burglar tools. According to the report, the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to investigate a burglary in progress at a Wilson-Cambria Road residence. Officers observed an unoccupied vehicle, containing a pry bar, saw and bundles of copper piping, parked behind the house. Officers checked multiple buildings on the property, discovering that a majority of the copper piping had been removed from the house’s basement. After clearing the residence and outbuildings with the K-9 unit, two heat signatures appeared in a field near the residence on a thermal imaging camera. A search began, and with the help of the K-9, both Luxon and Walls were found lying down on the ground of the field and transported into custody without incident. They are to be arraigned in Town of Wilson Court.

Town of Wheatfield

DWI: Timothy H. Walsh Jr., 33, Lake Mead Rd., Wheatfield was arrested Sunday for drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle on the highway, driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right, moving from a lane unsafely and unlawful possession of marijuana. According to the report, a County Sheriff’s Officer patrol responded to reports of an erratic driver. Officers encountered the vehicle traveling north and swerving erratically on Niagara Falls Boulevard and initiated a traffic stop. Patrol observed an open 16 oz. beer can sitting in the front seat next to the driver, Walsh. He told officers, who detected a strong odor of alcohol, that he had drank three beers earlier in the day. The car also contained the odor of marijuana. Walsh failed multiple sobriety tests and his motor skills appeared to be greatly impaired as he stumbled as he exited the vehicle. While he was being arrested, patrol advised Walsh that he would be searched, to which he replied that he had a “bag of weed in my front pocket” which was retrieved. Walsh refused to submit to a blood alcohol content test and was remanded to the Niagara County Jail. He is scheduled to appear Feb. 28 at Town of Wheatfield Court.

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