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January 29, 2014

Police reports published Jan. 29, 2014

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

HARASSMENT: Chelsea Lopez, 16, 262 Garden St., was charged with first-degree criminal contempt, second degree harassment and endangering welfare of a child Tuesday. Lopez is set to appear in City Court today. 

LARCENY: Danielle Hillman, 22, 210 Ontario St., was charged with petit larceny Monday. Hillman is set to appear in City Court today.

DISORDERLY: Daniel Cole, 20, 51 Akron St., was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstruction of a government official Monday. Cole was held in lieu of $100 police bail before his arraignment Tuesday. He’s set to return to City Court on Feb. 3.

POSSESSION: Demetrius Cole, 19, 176 Gooding St., was charged with possession of stolen property Jan. 24 in connection with a Jan. 18 incident. Cole was arraigned Monday and is set to return to City Court on Feb. 10.  


GRAND LARCENY: An employee of Mike Smith Buick, 6014 S. Transit Road, reported four tires were taken off a parked 2014 GMC Sierra some time between 4 p.m. Jan. 25 and 8 a.m. Monday, when an employee discovered the Sierra sitting on four cinder blocks. According to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office, the Bridgestone Dueler tires are worth $695 each.


GRAND LARCENY: A Lockport man reported his locked pickup was broken into, and various items were removed, while the truck was parked in the 3800 block of Mapleton Road sometime between 2 and 5:49 a.m. Sunday. A Niagara County Sheriff’s deputy confirmed damage was done to the driver side door, possibly by a large flat head screwdriver found inside the truck. Missing items include a Spyder jacket, a pair of gloves, three USB thumb drives, a Seneca Niagara gaming license, a Rockford Fosgate Punch amplifier, two 10-inch sub woofer speakers in a speaker box and $20 cash. The loss estimate, including the value of damage done to the pickup, is $1,580. A witness at nearby St. Paul’s Church told the sheriff’s deputy that he had seen an unoccupied green minivan in the church parking lot around 5:45 a.m. Sunday and assumed it was disabled until the vehicle disappeared.