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July 10, 2013

Police reports published July 10

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

PETIT LARCENY: Kimberly J. Wiepert, 29, 425 Ohio St. apt. 3 was charged with petit larceny Tuesday. The police responded  to South Street at 1:30 a.m. According to the report,  Wiepert entered a vehicle and took a $200 Cricket cellphone. Numerous items were thrown around outside the vehicle. Wiepert was located at North Transit and Niagara streets.

CHARGED: Devin D. Tabor, 16, 19 John St. Apt. 2 was charged with criminal possession of a hypodermic needle Tuesday. According to the report, Tabor was found with another teen on July 1 who gave a false name and was on probation. During the arrest, police located a hypodermic needle in Tabor’s pocket and consulted the district attorney’s office before charging Tabor.

Town of Lockport

ALCOHOL: Nathan L. Crandall, 19, 93 Prentice St. was charged Saturday with first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child. Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies said an underage party was being held at an Akron Road residence where reportedly a number of kids under the age of 20 were drinking. Crandall was given an appearance ticket for July 25 in Lockport Town Court.

Newfane

MISCHIEF: Nicole J. Smith, 25, 6350 Tonawanda Creek Road, Lockport was charged Sunday with criminal mischief. Smith reportedly tried to enter a bedroom in an Olcott man’s apartment by kicking in the door. The room was locked with a padlock and the man did not have the key. About $100 damage was done to the door and Smith was taken to Niagara County Jail on $250 bail.

Wilson

DWI: Patrick J. Schrader, 42, 1138 Maryvale Drive, Cheektowaga was charged Sunday with driving while intoxicated. Deputies were called to Wilson-Burt Road for a reckless driver call, when they saw a vehicle parked on the shoulder of the road. Schrader was standing outside of the vehicle with another man reportedly having an argument. When asked how many alcoholic drinks he had, Schrader reportedly said “too many” at first, then when asked again, he reportedly said 13. Schrader registered a .24 blood alcohol count on a breath test and was taken to Niagara County Jail on $250 bail.

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