Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Town of Lockport
DWI: Carl W. Clark, 42, 6035 South Transit Road, was charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation, drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle on the highway and driving on the shoulder Thursday. According to the report, Clark was stopped for a lane violation at 8:35 p.m. on Raymond Road. There were signs of intoxication. During the vehicle search, the patrol found an open 24 ounce can of beer which was cold and two empty cans on the front passenger seat. Clark refused to take a data master test to determine his blood alcohol content. He was remanded to the Niagara County Jail where his bail was set at $500.
DOG BITE: A man was bitten by a dog while he was working Thursday afternoon at a property on Hamm Road. The victim told a deputy that he was working outside and a home next door had a bee problem. He walked across the street to see if anyone there had contact information. He knocked on two doors and just after that a large husky came from the back yard and began to attack him. The victim sustained minor puncture wounds to both his right hand and right thigh. The dog’s owner told patrol she tried to motion to the man to get back, but was unable to get his attention in time. The dog’s owner showed proof that it was recently vaccinated for rabies, adding the dog had no history of biting anyone. The victim complained of leg pain and indicated he may go to ENH Lockport to be evaluated.
CHARGED: Ronald M. Mallwitz, 25, 163 Indian Church Road, West Seneca was charged with operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs Friday. According to the report, the sheriff’s patrol observed a vehicle with no front passenger headlight traveling north on South Transit Road at 2:46 a.m. Mallwitz had watery bloodshot glassy eyes and was sluggish answering simple questions. He momentarily staggered and used the driver’s door of his vehicle to regain his balance. He failed several tests, but provided a breath sample of 0.00 percent alcohol. While at NCSO, the patrol conducted a Drug Influence Evaluation and the blood kit was secured in the refrigerated evidence locker.