Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport
ASSAULT: Kevin Clapsdale, 23, 107 Washington St., was charged with third-degree assault and obstruction of breathing Sunday.
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: William Brown Jr., 21, 190 Erie St., apt. lower, was charged Sunday with third- and fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree obstructing a government official and resisting arrest. Brown is due in City Court on Wednesday.
DWI: Steven A. Wells, 18, 5762 West Ave., Newfane, was charged with driving while intoxicated and disobeying a traffic device Sunday. He was taken to Niagara County Jail on $250 bail and is due in City Court on Wednesday.
ASSAULT: Gerald Estes, 48, 318 Walnut St., apt 6, was charged with third-degree assault Jan. 18.
POSSESSION: Christopher Richardson, 40, 266 Niagara St. was charged Tuesday morning with two counts of third degree possession of a controlled substance, failure to signal and operating a vehicle without insurance. Return date is 9:30 p.m. Wednesday under judge William Watson.
GRAND LARCENY: Eric Harrington, 39, 486 Davidson Road, apt. A, was charged Monday with fourth degree grand larceny. Return date is 9:30 a.m. Wednesday under judge William Watson.
Town of Lockport
DWI: William G. Eberle, 55, of Lockport was charged with driving while intoxicated Sunday. Eberle was held at Niagara County Jail, according to New York State Police.
HARASSMENT: Molly E. Burley, 34, of Youngstown, was charged with aggravated harassment Jan. 18. She was given a court appearance ticket by New York State Police.
LARCENY: An Old Beattie Road woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office last week she had mailed a 2-karat diamond ring to an online buyer in Detroit and did not receive the agreed-upon $650 payment for it. The buyer reportedly said he would pay through PayPal, but as of the report had not done so, although the ring was shipped. The woman tried to contact the Detroit buyer and did not reach him.
POSSESSION: Matthew R. Simano, 24, 705 Gardenwood Drive, was charged with second-degree obstruction of governmental administration, possession of a hypodermic needle, resisting arrest, violating probation and tampering with physical evidence Jan. 16. Simano was arraigned by town Justice Leonard Tilney, who ordered him held on $4,500 bail, according to the Sheriff’s Office.