Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Town of Lockport
TRESPASSING: A Strauss Road woman reported Saturday morning that sometime overnight two screens to her window were cut. The victim believes that someone may have entered her apartment through the unlocked window, and in the process spilled a potted plant’s soil. The damaged screens were located in the dumpster a short distance away from the apartment.
TRESPASSING: Mark W. Harvey, 53, no permanent address, was charged at 12:21 p.m. Thursday with trespassing and criminal possession of a weapon after sheriff’s deputies responded to Upper Mountain and Cambria- Lewiston Townline roads for a individual trespassing. Patrol found Harvey sleeping under an overpass within the restricted area. Harvey said that he was homeless and has been living under the bridge, which is on Town of Cambria’s property. Deputies found four knives in the immediate area where Harvey was found sleeping. Harvey was transported to the Town of Cambria Court where bail was set at $500 cash, $1,000 bond.
LARCENY: A Fisk Road man reported Thursday morning that four multi-colored flags were taken from the Deer View Subdivision on Wolcottsville Road in which he owns. The man said a neighbor across the street had approached him during the first week of July with the discontent of the flags flying, as well as the overall progress of the subdivision. He said he returned to the property on July 8 around 9 a.m. and saw that the flags, valued at $160, were missing. Patrol interviewed the neighbor who said they did not remove the flags, adding there have been juveniles walking around at night in the area.
DWI: Frederick L. Poole, 41 of Medina was charged at 2:01 a.m. Saturday with driving while intoxicated after he was pulled over on Rochester Road. He was issued an appearance ticket.
LARCENY: A Pearson Road woman reported to sheriff’s deputies that a Pioneer flip deck CD player valued at $900 and a pair of Rockford Folsgate 12-inch speakers valued at $1,200 was taken from her husband’s vehicle. According to the woman, the vehicle had been stored in the garage of a friend for over a year. The friend told a deputy that sometime in February he notified the victim that he needed the space in his garage and that the vehicle was going to be moved outside. The friend said he did not notice the stereo equipment missing from the car in February.
ENDANGERMENT: Brian P. White, 28, of Wilson was charged Sunday at 1:20 a.m. by State Police with reckless endangerment. He was released on an appearance ticket.
City of Tonawanda
Jake T. Socha, 22, of Hess Road, Newfane, was arrested Saturday for DWI, speeding, not wearing a seatbelt and drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle. His blood alcohol content was 0.12 percent. Socha was held for court.