Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Brothers face charges after fighting deputies
Two brothers face charges after a scuffle with Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies.
Richerd N. Bishop, 24, 6493 Dysinger Road, apt. 4, was charged Monday with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct, third-degree menacing, resisting arrest and second-degree obstruction of governmental administration.
Patrick M. Bishop, 27, 6493 Dysinger Road, apt. 18, was charged with second-degree obstruction of governmental administration.
Three deputies responded Monday to a report of an altercation between Richerd Bishop and a woman at the apartment complex. While heading toward Richerd Bishop, deputies told Patrick Bishop to sit down, an order he reportedly did not follow. A deputy said Patrick Bishop took a step toward him, so the deputy forced him to the ground.
Patrick Bishop would not get on the floor, instead grabbing the deputy’s arm and continuing to struggle, the arrest report said. He reportedly raised his right hand, which contained a lit cigarette, at the deputy. The deputy hit Bishop’s hand, making him drop the cigarette.
Richerd Bishop charged at the two, the report said, but was stopped and handcuffed by the other deputies. Richerd Bishop reportedly began yelling and kicked a deputy in the chest and another in the right leg.
Both Bishops were taken to the Niagara County Jail on $500 bail each.
Town of Lockport
FRAUD: A Fieldcrest Drive resident reported to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office on Monday that an unknown person used his credit card. The victim said a $639.86 charge at an Apple Store was found on his account and he contacted his card company. The item wasn’t shipped and the victim did not lose any money.
BURGLARY: A property manager reported the theft of 150 feet of copper piping from a Bank of America-owned house in the 7100 block of Lakeshore Terrace on Wednesday. The property manager could not estimate the time frame in which the piping was removed. According to the sheriff’s office, the value of the piping is $600.
LARCENY: A Newfane woman reported her purse was taken after she accidentally left it in a shopping cart at Budwey’s grocery store Tuesday afternoon. The woman said she left the store parking lot around 1:30 p.m., soon realized she’d left her purse behind and could not find it when she returned to the store at 2 p.m. The black leather purse and its contents, including a blue leather wallet, bank/credit and ID cards, cash and two vehicle keys, are valued at $587, according to the sheriff’s office.