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September 18, 2013

Police reports published Sept. 18

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

• TRESPASS: Craig D. Eaton, 53, 123 West 125 St. Apt 2B, Harlem, was charged with trespassing, third-degree criminal tampering and exposure of person Tuesday. According to the arrest report, Eaton refused to leave an Elm Court residence. He was told he must leave during the second visit by Lockport police at 11:30 p.m. He didn’t, so Eaton was arrested for trespassing. During booking, Eaton allegedly exposed himself and urninated at police headquarters.

• MISCHIEF: Timothy J. Roberts, 42, 169 Genesee St., Apt. 2, was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief Saturday. Roberts is accused of starting an argument with a male neighbor and throwing a glass at him, according to the arrest report.

• CONTEMPT: James K. Robertson, 131 Caledonia St., Apt. 1, was charged with second-degree criminal contempt Sunday. Robertson is accused of violating a stay-away order.

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• D.W.I.: Nancy L. Warner, 58, of Glen Allen, Va., was charged with driving while intoxicated Saturday, according to New York State Police. Warner was given appearance tickets for D.W.I. and operating a vehicle without signal lights on Lincoln Avenue.

• D.W.I.: Gary E. Holm, 61, 4559 Mapleton Road, Pendleton, was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated early Monday on Campbell Boulevard. A sheriff’s patrol officer initiated a traffic stop on Holm’s vehicle after following it from West Avenue to Saunders Settlement Road, where the vehicle crossed the center and fog lines repeatedly, according to the arrest report. The deputy determined that Holm exhibited signs of alcohol intoxication and charged him. Later breath testing showed Holm’s blood alcohol content was 0.21 percent, the report said. Holm was held on $250 police bail ahead of his Tuesday arraignment in Lockport town court.

• LARCENY: Kevin R. Voit, 21, 6262 Robinson Road, was charged over the weekend with grand larceny, petit larceny, operating a motor vehicle without a license and reckless driving. A sheriff’s deputy saw Voit on Lockwood Lane with a garage door opener just moments before receiving a larceny complaint from a home on Lockwood Lane, where some CDs, a cell phone charging cord and some loose change were reportedly taken from a vehicle. The garage door opener in Voit’s possession opened the victim’s garage door, the arrest report said. Additional items that were taken from the victim’s neighbors were found in a pile in the front yard of a Lockwood Lane home, the report said. Voit was taken to Niagara County Jail on $750 bail.

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