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December 18, 2012

BLOTTER: Police reports published Dec. 18

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

ASSAULT: Courtney B. Beicke, 30, 214 Clark St., Town of Tonawanda, was arrested for assault at 4:52 p.m. Sunday after police responded to Eastern Niagara Hospital-Lockport for a report of a domestic incident. A vicitim who resides on West Avenue had lacerations to a forearm and he told police that Beicke had stabbed him twice with a knife during an argument. He was taken to Erie County Medical Center due to the extent of his injuries. Beicke was also charged with criminal possession of a weapon. She was held for court.

Town of Lockport

BURGLARY: Deputies responded to 6584 Dysinger Road at 9:45 p.m. Wednesday to investigate a report of a burglary in progress. Upon arrival, a vicitm said she entered her apartment and found an unknown male standing inside her bedroom. She confronted the man, who said, “Reggie told me to come in here,” and then left her apartment. The victim stated the male opened various drawers in her apartment and took a necklace and a camera and accessories. The value of the items was estimated at $720. An air gun was left behind.


LARCENY: Paul T. Villeneuve, 24, 3987 Lockport-Olcott Road was charged with petit larceny at 4:31 p.m. Saturday after deputies responded to a report from the Rathke Heights area of suspicious males placing items into a bag, hiding the bag in the woods and leaving. A deputy located the bag and secured the items and patrol soon saw two males running from the area. Patrol was able to stop Villeneuve and take him into custody. The other man fled into a wooded area. Villeneuve admitted that he had taken the items and upon a subsequent search, patrol located a packaged lighter in Villeneuve’s right pants pocket and two paint brushes in the left pants pocket. According to the report, Villeneuve said he and the other man had taken items from Family Dollar, and placed them in a bag, leaving the bag in the woods to pick up after going into Rite Aid. They then went into Rite Aid where Villeneuve said he removed two paint brushes from an open package and placed them in his pocket. He said the two left the store and upon returning to the woods to retrieve the other items they discovered the bag was gone. Rite Aid management identified a lighter but was unable to identify the paint brushes. Family Dollar management identified all the items in the bag, valued at $32.60, as belonging to their establishment. The lighter that was removed from Rite Aid was valued at $4.49.