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April 27, 2007

LOCKPORT'S MOST WANTED: Parking warrants edition

This week’s Lockport’s Most Wanted features the names of people with outstanding parking or traffic tickets who may soon face arrest.

Lockport Police Officer Paul Beakman said the people listed, whose tickets may date back several years, must come in and clear the tickets soon, or their cases will be taken to the arrest warrant stage.

Once a warrant has been issued, the person’s name will be sent to the Department of Motor Vehicles. If one of these people has any contact with police or is pulled over for even a minor traffic infraction, they will be arrested, Beakman said.

“At this point, there’s no turning around,” Beakman said. “This is kind of a last courtesy on our behalf.”

Officers have tried to contact the people, to no avail, he said.

The people on this list still have the chance to come in and clear their tickets before a warrant is issued. Beakman said the warrants will be issued two weeks from today.

Anyone who wishes to pay their tickets and avoid a warrant should call 439-6689 or 439-6766.



SOON-TO-BE WARRANTS

PARKING AFTER 2 A.M.

Richard E. Abbott

Martin L. Abrams

Georgetta Allen

Lori Baumgartner

Jacqueline P. Bennett

Jonathan A. Boyd (3 tickets)

Clara E. Brower

Monica R. Bush

Anthony M. Butera

Adrienne A. Byrne (15 tickets)

Kerri A. Considine

Carlene M. Corriere (10 tickets)

Richard G. Courtney

Marcus C. Crosby

Michelle M. Culverwell

Dangster Dean (4 tickets)

Kathleen A. Denardo

Sherry L. Dimsey

Joseph R. Donelson

Frances C. Drain

Michael B. Dura

Brian D. Ehrenburg

Ryan J. Eick

Laura A. Erle (3 tickets)

Mark A. Evans

William J. Evans (3 tickets)

Ronald H. Fees

Samuel A. Figueroa

Heather E. Fralick

Elizabeth A. Garvey

Kaitlin P. Gruenauer

Judy L. Habschied

Sean D. Hackett

William J. Hammond (4 tickets)

Ronald V. Hansford

Kristi A. Harnack

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