Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport
OBSTRUCTION: Jayson A. Sullivan, 35, 42 Webb St. was charged with obstructing governmental administration at 12:55 a.m. Saturday after police responded to his address to investigate a report of a fight. Upon their arrival, a man told officers that there was a fight during which two women were arguing and at some point the front door window was broken. During interviews, Sullivan was arrested. The other people involved did not wish to pursue any charges concerning the fight and window. SUllivan’s bail was set at $100.
POSSESSION: Nicholas T. Ostrowski, 19, 427 South St., was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana at 5 p.m. Friday after a vehicle in which he was a passenger was stopped for a traffic violation. Patrol noticed that the tree people inside the car were “visibly nervous” and a smell of unburned marijuana was coming from inside the car. Police asked all three to step out of the vehicle, and as Ostrowski exited, the marijuana odor allegedly became stronger. When asked if he had any marijauna on him, Ostrowski pulled a clear plastic bag containing what he said was marijuana. He added there was a glass jar containing more marijuana beneath the passenger seat. Police found the jar. Ostrowski was issued an appearance ticket.
LARCENY: Raymond J. Schweitzer, 31, 39 Kail St., Buffalo and Alicia M. Hale, 31, 83 State St., lower rear apartment, Gasport, were both charged with petit larceny at 3:14 p.m. Friday. According to the report a man told police that he heard from Liberty Tire employees that people were stealing metal from the location. A short itme later, personnel at Lock City were notified of the theft and they told police that the items had just been dropped off. They provided a license plate, which led officers to a John Street address. The car’s owner said she gave Hale and Schweitzer a ride to get the metal and drop it off at Lock City.Bail for Schweitzer was set at $500. There was no bail amount listed for Hale.
Town of Lockport
TRESPASSING: Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies logged two reports of vehicles on Emily Lane that were gone through by unknown persons Friday. Similar complaints were logged by the department earlier on Friday.