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February 27, 2012

Police blotter items published Feb. 27, 2012

City of Lockport

TRESPASSING: Jeremy M. Erle, 35, 5415 Bridgeman Road, Sanborn, was arrested Sunday for trespassing following a complaint at the Park Avenue Wilson Farms. According to the report, police responded to a report of a suspicious male who refused to leave the store. Upon arriving, they did not locate the man inside the business, but he was located in the parking lot and detained. The store’s manager wished to pursue trespassing charges against Erle, who is scheduled to appear today in City Court.

UNLICENSED OPERATION: Rita M. Torres, 38, 503 Willow St., front apartment, was arrested Sunday for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. According to the report, Torres was stopped by patrolling officers for having an uninspected motor vehicle and after further investigation her license was found to be suspended. She is scheduled to appear today in City Court.

Town of Lockport

LARCENY: An unknown white male, believed to be in his 40’s and having brown hair and an average build, is being sought for a larceny that occurred Friday at the South Transit Road Sears. According to the report, Sheriff’s Department officers responded to the reported larceny, but an attempt to locate the vehicle a store employee said the suspect left the area in has so far been unsuccessful. The man entered the store with a Sears bag, and upon leaving the store’s alarm went off. He told a cashier that he had brought in a drill to exchange but decided not to pursue the transaction. He appeared nervous when called back to the store, but denied stealing anything and was allowed to leave in a silver Nissan. An employee later found a wooden box where the store’s drills are kept, which the report said was likely switched for the stolen goods.

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