Lockport Union-Sun & Journal Online

April 30, 2013

Police reports published April 30

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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

ASSAULT: Todd A. Gailie, 318 Walnut St. was charged Saturday with two counts of third-degree assault, disorderly conduct, second-degree obstruction of governmental administration and resisting arrest. Gailie was reportedly being restrained by three nurses at Eastern Niagara Hospital-Lockport, when Lockport Police arrived. Officers told Gailie he could not leave because of his intoxication level, but he allegedly tried to leave anyway while shouting, “I’ll kick anyone’s (expletive) that tries to stop me from leaving.” Police tried to grab Gailie’s hooded sweatshirt when he walked out, at which point Gailie reportedly attempted to punch officers several times. A struggle ensued and Gailie was taken into custody. He is due Wednesday in city court.

LARCENY: An O’Brien Drive man reported to Lockport Police that an unknown person broke into his vehicle Friday night and took his Samsung Galaxy s3 cell phone, valued at $500, an Asus intel I5 computer, valued at $579.69, a MYFI box, valued at $200 and 27 Alprazolam XR pills, valued at $135. The back driver side window was broken, police said.

HARASSMENT: Shamir W. Allen, 17, 145 Lock St., Apt. 1, was charged with second-degree harassment Saturday night. Lockport Police spoke with a Church Street woman who said Allen allegedly shouted at her and slapped her in the face.

MARIJUANA: Andrew J. McCulloch, 22, 2315 Pine Lane, Apt. 18, was charged Saturday with unlawful possession of marijuana. McCulloch was stopped on East Avenue, just east of Washburn Street, for an equipment violation, police said. McCulloch allegedly said he had marijuana and a glass pipe, reportedly turning over a green leafy substance in a small glass jar and a multicolored pipe with the number 420 etched in it. The substance field tested positive for marijuana, police reported. McCulloch was arrested then released on his own recognizance.

DWI: Matthew Rosselli, 30, 362 Clinton St., Apt. upper, was charged Sunday with driving while intoxicated, third-degree criminal msichief and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Police were called to Gabriel Drive for an accident, where a 2010 Toyota Corolla had gone off the road and hit two yellow poles. Rosselli reportedly said he had been drinking and driving. A check of his license found it had been suspended, police said. Rosselli was arrested and is due Wednesday in city court.

MARIJUANA AND DWI: David J. Morris, 27, 13 Blackley Court, was charged Sunday with unlawful possession of marijuana and Monika D. Pawlowski, 35, 13 Blackley Court was charged Sunday with driving while intoxicated and disorderly conduct. Officers reportedly saw Pawlowski make two turns without signaling, but when attempting to pull her over on Lewis Street, Pawlowski reportedly committed a few more traffic infractions. While speaking with Pawlowski, police said there was an alcoholic odor on her breath and her eyes were glassy and bloodshot. An open container of alcohol was in the center console, the arrest report said. Pawlowski failed a soberity test, then refused to do any more, police said, then continued yelling obscenities at officers. After Pawlowski was arrested, officers spoke with Morris, who reportedly had a clear plastic baggie with a green leafy substance in it.

MARIJUANA: Kristopher N. Flagler, 23, 8579 Slayton Settlement Road, Gasport, was charged Monday with unlawful possession of marijuana. Flagler was seen failing to stop for a stop sign by police, the arrest report said. While speaking with Flagler, officers reportedly saw in the vehicle two glass pipes used for smoking marijuana. When asked if there was anything illegal in the vehicle, Flagler reportedly said there was marijuana and a 20-gauge shotgun in the trunk. Officers found both in the vehicle, the report said, as well as a woman’s wallet. The shotgun had four rounds of ammunition with it. Flagler was arrested and is due today in city court.

LARCENY: Adam M. Keller, 26, 185 Washburn St., Apt. 4, was charged Monday with petit larceny and fifth-degree possession of stolen property. Employees at 7-Eleven on South Transit Street said during an inventory, the store was short on a certain brand of cigarettes. An employee said Keller was seen with a package of that brand, a package with the same serial number of the ones missing, the arrest report said. Keller was arrested and is due Wednesday in city court.

Cambria

LARCENY: A Burch Road man reported to Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies that sometime Saturday he saw his Clarke 130-amp welder was missing. The $300 welder was last seen two days earlier, the report said. Surrounding neighbors said they did not see anyone enter the pole barn that housed the welder, deputies said.

Pendleton

GRAND LARCENY: Deputies were called to Chameleon Pools on Mapleton Road on Saturday, where they spoke with the company’s president who said multiple items were taken from the business between March 20 and April 14. The parts taken reportedly totaled $4,113 and include such things as reducers, heavy duty clamps and hoses. The company is reviewing surveillance video. Most of the missing pieces were in the rear of the business, stored outside, the company said, but they could have been taken from the locked storage units. A report has been filed, deputies said.