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June 25, 2013

Police reports published June 26

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

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City of Lockport

ASSAULT: Eric Monroe Sobers, 25, 422 Caldonia St. was charged Monday with second-degree assault and aggravated criminal contempt. Sobers turned himself in at police headquarters at 1:50 p.m. for an alleged offense that happened on April 28 on Cave Street. According to the report, Sobers punched a victim in the face causing injury.

CHARGED: Carl A. Mazyck, 41, 19 Tudor Lane, Apt. 1 was charged Monday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, second-degree criminal contempt, two counts of failure to signal and failure to notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of a change. Mazyck's license had been suspended, police said.

DWI: Bradley A. Ernst, 39, 6471 Shawnee Road, North Tonawanda was charged with driving while intoxicated, two counts of unsafe lane change and failure to signal. According to the arrest report, police saw Ernst commit traffic violations on Vine Street at 2:13 a.m. Sunday. He had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes and failed multiple field sobriety tests.

POSSESSION: Nathaniel L. Westcott, 25, 243 Chapel St., lower was charged Sunday with seventh degree possession of a controlled substance, failure to keep right and having an alcoholic beverage in the vehicle. Westcott was stopped for failure to keep right on Chapel Street at 2:50 a.m. on Sunday. According to the police report, he had Xanax in his possession.

DWI: Isaul Torres, 46, 192 Elmwood Ave. was charged with driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right and disobeying a stop sign. According to the arrest report, Torres was stopped for traffic violations on Genesee Street at 12:09 a.m. on Sunday. There was an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle and Torres reportedly had glassy eyes. He failed a series of field sobriety tests, police said.


DAMAGE: An employee from Ridge Road Express reported to Niagara County Sheriff's deputies Monday that an unknown person over the weekend had caused about $1,000 worth of damage to a school bus. The report said it appeared someone had opened the rear door to the bus, which would lock in the opened position, then was forced shut causing the metal door to bend and the glass window to break. No witnesses were reported.