Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Newfane
POSSESSION: Bradley D. McMasters, 22, 35 Krakow St., Lackawanna, was charged at 11:50 a.m. Oct. 21 with unlawful possession of marijuana after a vehicle in which he was a passenger was pulled over for a vehicle and traffic violation. A background check revealed that McMasters was wanted on a warrant out of Buffalo for unlawful possession of marijuana. During a pat-down search, police found alleged marijuana beneath McMaster’s hat. McMaster also said he placed a pipe underneath the passenger seat. Police located the pipe. McMasters was issued an appearance ticket and remanded into the custody of the Buffalo Police Department.
Town of Lockport
INJURY: Sheriff’s deputies, South Lockport Vol. Fire Co, Rapids Vol. Fire Co. and Terry’s Corners Vol. Fire Co. all responded to 7396 Kinne Road at 2:13 p.m. Tuesday on a report of an injured hunter. Emergency personnel walked about 500 yards south of the residence into the woods and located the 50-year-old male laying on the ground being comforted by his wife. The male was located on the south side of a creek that was about two and a half feet deep. All units crossed the creek and started to perform first aid to the male. The victim stated that he was climbing a tree to get a better hunting position with his bow and arrow when the tree branches snapped. He said he was about 10-15 feet off of the ground when he fell. He was transported to ECMC via Rural/Metro Ambulance.
HARASSMENT: Amber L. Baker, 21, 5724 Glendale Drive was charged at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday with harassment after deputies responded to an assault report on Glendale Drive. Upon arrival, a victim told deputies that he and Baker got into an argument over property stolen from Baker, and she was accusing the victim of taking it. The victim said that Baker then began to hit him the face and the back of his head “at least 10 times.” Baker said that she struck the victim after he had hit her first. Baker was issued an appearance ticket.
GRAND LARCENY: Deputies responded to a Dysinger Road address on Saturday for a report of stolen money. Upon arrival a victim said that sometime between 11:30 p.m. Friday and 10:30 a.m. Saturday, someone broke into his apartment and stole $4,250 cash from a shoe box that the victim kept in his closet. According to the report, a friend of the victim said there are many people in the Dysinger Road area who are aware of the “stash box.”