Lockport Union-Sun & Journal Online

June 10, 2013

BLOTTER: Police reports published June 11

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

CONTEMPT: Francisco Poll, 49, 16 South St. Apt. 4, was charged Monday with criminal contempt after police investigated a victim's complaint. The victim told police that Poll knocked on her door and when she opened it he began yelling at her and punched her in the shoulder, violating an order of protection the victim has against Poll. He was held for court.

CONTEMPT: Natasha I. Sedita, 20, 9740 Tonawanda Creek Road was charged Monday with criminal contempt after police investigated a victim's complaint. The victim told police that she received a phone call form a restricted phone number and when she answered it, the voice on the other end allegedly began yelling and using obscene language. The victim recognized the caller's voice as that of Sedita. The victim has an order of protection against Sedita. Sedita was held for court.

POSSESSION: Dustin E. Dittmer, 19, 56 Hillcrest Drive was charged at 5:30 p.m. Sunday with possession of marijuana after he was stopped on East Avenue for a traffic violation and loud music. While interviewing Dittmer, police noticed an odor of marijuana coming form inside the vehicle. Police located three glass smoking pipes and a glass bong, all with burnt residue. A jar containing a leafy substance was also found. He was held in lieu of $100 bail.


BURGLARY: A Plank Road victim reported to sheriff's deputies on June 5 that sometime between 6 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. the day before an unknown person forced entry into her residence and stole several items of jewelry with a total value of $2,374.


BURGLARY: A McClew Road resident reported to sheriff's deputies on Thursday that sometime between June 4 and 2 p.m. Thursday an unknown person entered her unlocked horse barn and stole two saddles, one valued at $800, the other at $350.


BURGLARY: A deputy responded Monday to a Carmen Road home where two victims reported that someone attempted to enter their home through a rear window sometime between June 3 and June 5. The deputy saw what appeared to be pry marks on the window screen and part of the window frame. The victims requested more patrols in the area.


ANIMAL PROBLEM: A Pettit Street resident told deputies on May 5 that one of her cats was shot with a pellet gun while outside her residence. The cat suffered a minor wound, which was not life-threatening. The owner said her cats usually do not go outside.