Lockport Union-Sun & Journal —
City of Lockport
PETIT LARCECY; Larry E. Wimberly, 44, 177 Pine St. Apt. C was charged with petit larceny Saturday. According to the report, Wimbely stole a beer at a convenience store on Feb. 2 and returned on Feb. 9. He was identified. Wimberly was located on High Street , identified, and arrested.
TRESPASS: Joseph R. Craddock, 23, 339 Beattie Ave. was charged with trespassing and a pedestrian violation Saturday. According to the report, Craddock was at Main Street bar and was refusing to leave. It is an ongoing problem. Craddock ran away just before the patrol's arrival and was arrested on Locust Street while walking on the roadway.
Town of Lockport
DAMAGE: A Lake Avenue resident reported that sometime overnight two of his mailboxes were damaged. He discovered both mailboxes were knocked over and noted there were tire tracks in the snow. A few pieces from the unknown vehicle were left there. The pieces included part of a black grill and two rectangular silver pieces. The loss is $120.
PETTY LARCENY: An East Avenue teen reported her Samsung Galaxy S cell phone, valued at $350, was taken when she was visiting a house of Lincoln Place on Sunday. While she was visiting her sister at about 5 p.m, she forgot her phone was on the stairs. She returned to the hallway about five minutes later to find her cell phone missing. The sheriff's patrol called the cell phone and did not hear it ring.
DWI: Shirl L. Bucolo, 49, 7016 Charlottville Road was charged with driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right and refusal to take a breath screening test Monday. The sheriff's patrol observed a black pickup traveling west on Wheeler Road approaching the intersection at Lockport-Olcott Road. According to the report, the vehicle make a wide right turn, crossed over the solid white fog line and struck a snowbank. The operator veered to the right and continued east on Ridge Road where it was stopped. The driver walked towards patrol's vehicle while screaming. There was an odor of an alcoholic beverage. Bucolo's eyes were glassy and bloodshot. She failed field sobriety tests and refused a preliminary breath test to show the presence of alcohol in her breath, police said.