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September 6, 2013

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HARASSMENT: George E. Harriger, 47, 2093 Carmen Road, Somerset was charged Thursday with second-degree harassment. The alleged offense was in June, according to the report, and Harriger was ordered to stop all contract with the victim. Instead, he reportedly sent several text messages to the family. Harriger turned himself in to Lockport Police at 9:55 a.m. Thursday.

DWI: Noel P. Williams, 31, 8 McCue Ave., Apt. 1 was charged Wednesday with reckless driving, driving while intoxicated, unlawful possession of marijuana, passing on the right and speeding. The police were called to the scene of an accident at 11:54 p.m on Lincoln Avenue. According to the arrest report, Williams was traveling at a high rate of speed, struck a tree and rolled over. The police recorded his speed at 83 miles-per-hour on radar, just prior to the accident, officers said. Wiliams was transported to Erie County Medical Center where he was issued appearance tickets.

RECKLESS DRIVING: William D. Fiegl, 28, 22 Adam St. Apt. 17 was charged with second-degree obstruction of governmental administration, disobeying a stop sign, reckless driving, speeding, resisting arrest and unlawful fleeing Thursday. According to the report, Fiegl was stopped at 1:20 p.m. on Beattie Avenue for a traffic infraction where police said they noticed a strong odor of marijuana. Fiegl was asked to exit the vehicle, but instead, he put the car in drive and sped away. Police followed the car on Royal Parkway where he stopped on a lawn and left the vehicle. Fiegl reportedly threw a large bag of marijuana over the fence. Police chased Fiegl on foot and subdued him with the use of a TASER. The marijuana was recovered in a backyard and kept as evidence. Police confiscated $435 from the suspect.

Town of Lockport

LARCENY: A Glendale Drive man reported to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office that an unknown person took his Citizen’s watch, valued at $125. There weren’t any signs of forced entry and the home was locked, the report said.

Cambria

MARIJUANA: Phillip Gore, no age or address given, was charged Tuesday with unlawful possession of marijuana, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and traffic infractions. Deputies said Gore was pulled over for having darkly tinted windows. He reportedly admitted to not having a license and having marijuana in the vehicle. He’s due next week in Cambria Town Court.

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