Lockport Union-Sun & Journal —
City of Lockport
CHARGED: Corey J. Rutherford, 16, 3707 Hartland Road, Barker was charged with obstruction of governmental administration, resisting arrest and second-degree harassment Tuesday. The police responded the report of a fight at 2:15 a.m. on Washburn Street. According to the report, several parties were fighting with each other and the police attempted to separate them. Rutherford approached police with his fists clenched in a threatening manner. He became combative and was arrested.
CHARGED: Deborah A. Oates, 51, 55 Chapel St. was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana Tuesday. The police responded to the report of an underage drinking party on Chapel Street at 12:15 a.m. There was a strong odor of alcohol. Police found a keg of beer, paraphernalia and a strong odor of marijuana. Oates, the owner, said her son was the host of the party and left. No underage drinkers were located at the home.
TRESPASS: Dino O. Sanford, 26, 25 Harvey Ave. was charged with trespass and criminal tampering Tuesday. Police responded to South New York Street for the report of a man going through vehicles. According to the report, Sanford was located on West Avenue. He was found with a large amount of loose change.
TRESPASS: Austin D. Vercruysse, 16, 317 Michigan St. Apt. C was charged with trespass, false personation and criminal tampering Tuesday. The police responed to Allen Street at 3:35 a.m. for the report of attempted robbery from a vehicle. Items were disturbed in the vehicle. Vercruysse lied about his age, saying he was 15, according to the report.
DWI: Orval William Harris, 20, 3764 Wilson Cambria Road, Wilson was charged with driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right, operating a vehicled after consuming alcohol under 21 and refusal to take a breath screening test Tuesday. The sheriff's patrol responded to Wilson Burt Road for a report of a property- damage accident. A white 2005 Mazda was about 15 feet off the roadway in the front lawn. The mailbox had been destroyed and there was damage to the front end of the vehicle which was stuck in the snow. According to the report, there was an odor of alcoholic beverage emanating from Harris and his eyes were glassy and bloodshot. He had slurred speech but denied drinking any alcoholic beverages. He failed field sobriety tests. He refused a preliminary breath test. Harris placed his mouth on the instrument but would not blow into it. He refused to submit to a chemical test to determine the alcohol content of his blood.