Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport
• ASSAULT: Zachary E. Kozlowski, 21, 247 Hawley St., was charged with second-degree assault Monday at police headquarters. Kozlowski is accused of striking another man with a champagne bottle, and punching him in the face, Saturday at a Prospect Street residence. The victim suffered a cut on his head and was treated at Eastern Niagara Hospital-Lockport, according to the arrest report. Kozlowski turned himself in and was arraigned in City Court.
• CURFEW VIOLATIONS: Three parents — John E. Doxey Sr., 39, of 233 Cottage St., Candie S. Penwright, 41, of 19 John St., and Dawn L. Taylor, 34, of 117 High St. — were given tickets charging violation of the city’s curfew ordinance after police found their minor children at Cottage and LaGrange streets about 1:30 a.m. Monday. The parents are to go to City Court on Jan. 22.
Town of Lockport
• ILLEGAL DRIVING: Kevin C. Brown, 58, 1008 Brighton Road, Tonawanda, was charged with speeding and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation early Monday. A sheriff’s deputy initiated a traffic stop on Brown’s vehicle, which was traveling 67 mph in a 55 mph zone on Dysinger Road, and a records check showed Brown’s driver’s license is revoked, according to the deputy’s report. Brown received a ticket to appear today in Town Court.
• UNDERAGE POSSESSION: Paul H. Zajdel, 16, 160 Reist Road, Williamsville, was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol late Saturday on Reger Drive. A sheriff’s deputy broke up a “small party” at the dead end of Reger Drive, finding an 18-pack of beer on the back bed of a pickup and no one at the party old enough to drink. Zajdel said he brought the beer to the party, the report said. Zajdel received a ticket to appear today in Town Court.
• DRUG POSSESSION: Michael J. Smith, 20, 447 Chestnut Drive, was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana Saturday night. A sheriff’s deputy responded to a complaint of possible drug activity in a shed at Smith’s residence. The deputy reported finding three people in the shed, including Smith, surrounded by an assortment of suspected prescription drug pills, some crushed, and drug paraphernalia, the report said. Smith claimed possession of the pills and a partially burned marijuana cigarette, the report said. Smith was held on $500 bail pending his arraignment Thursday in Town Court.