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October 23, 2012

BLOTTER: Police reports published Oct. 23, 2012

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Tonawanda

Lockport man drives into home

A Lockport man who had been drinking is accused of driving erratically in a City of Tonawanda neighborhood before crashing into a home on Linwood Avenue. 

Stephen G. Boulden, 21, Creekview Drive, told police he was taking a friend home when the accident occurred. 

Officers traced Boulden’s route to the scene, and discovered he had taken his vehicle across several lawns broke through a vinyl fence on Maldiner Avenue, struck a pole on the corner of Frances Drive then slammed into a home at 87 Linwood Ave. 

Boulden was charged at 3:37 a.m. Sunday with DWI, possession of marijuana, leaving the scene of a property damage accident, driving across a sidewalk and criminal possession of a weapon. His blood alcohol content was .21 and he was held for court. 

Both Boulden and his passenger were not injured.

Town of Lockport

LARCENY: A juvenile was charged with petit larceny on Thursday after he admitted to taking nine Zippo lighters valued at $189 from the Lincoln Avenue Rite Aid store. He was remanded to the custody of his parents.

LARCENY: Todd M. Euchich, no address given, was charged at 11:18 a.m. Saturday with petit larceny after patrol responded to a report of a shoplifter in the area of South Transit Road, near The Wine and Liquor Outlet. Patrol stopped two men who fit the description. Euchich was told to remove his hands form his pockets and allegedly replied “I can’t, I have a bottle in my coat,” and then removed a bottle of Goldschlager. Patrol brought him to the store where Euchich reportedly admitted to stealing the bottle. He was released on an appearance ticket.

POSSESSION: Adam J. Harvey, no address given, was charged at 1:44 p.m. Saturday with unlawful possession of marijuana after patrol responded to a complaint of possible dumping in the area of Old Upper Mountain Road. Patrol located three individuals inside a small camper trailer. There was a strong odor of of freshly burnt marijuana and smoke coming from the camper. According to the report, there were several smoking pipes with residue, marijuana cigarettes, and marijuana on a small table and inside an open drawer all in plain view. Harvey allegedly stated everything was his. He was released on an appearance ticket.

DWI: Robert Bradley, of Buffalo, was charged at 2:54 a.m. Sunday with DWI after he was stopped for speeding on South Transit Road. The vehicle was swerving between lanes and did not pull over right away. Patrol had to use its sirens before the vehicle pulled over. Patrol approaced the vehicle and there was a very strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from inside. Bradley showed signs of intoxication but denied drinking, explaining that the odor of alcohol was from a passenger who had been in the front seat. He later admitted to drinking at a friend’s house in Lockport. Bradley failed field sobriety tests and tested positive for alcohol on a roadside screening test. Patrol found two cold and partially full cans of beer located in cup holders of the front seats in Bradley’s vehicle. A DMV check revealed that Bradley had a suspended conditional driver’s license. Bradley had been convicted of DWI in May 2010 in the Town of Tonawanda, making this charge a felony. He was remanded to the Niagara County Jail in lieu of $750.

POSSESSION: DaQuan T. McDougald, 18, 6493 Dysinger Road was charged at 5:45 p.m. Sunday with unlawful possession of marijuana. Patrol was interviewing McDougald and noticed that he allegedly smelled of marijuana. He admitted to smoking marijuana and, asked of he had any on him, McDougald produced a marijuana cigar from his pocket. He was released on an appearance ticket.

POSSESSION: Roy J. Sutton, 24, of Gasport was charged by State Police on Oct. 7 with unlawful possession of marijuana. He was released on an appearance ticket.

POSSESSION: James W. Walker, 30, and Maurice Mackey, 31, both of Lockport were charged by State Police on Oct. 11 with unlawful possession of marijuana on Robinson Road extension. Walker was additionally charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of more than 25 grams of marijuana. Both were released on appearance tickets.

POSSESSION: Sheila D. Jones, 57, of Niagara Falls was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana on Oct. 16 on Lincoln Ave. Extension, near Ernest Road. She was issued an appearance ticket.


BURGLARY: An Orangeport Road victim reported to sheriff’s deputies that sometime between 5:30 p.m. and 10:50 p.m. Sunday that some one had taken from the driveway a utility trailer contaning a Suzuki 80 CC ATV and a Craftsman riding lawnmower. The victim then noticed that the rear bathroom window was broken and the sliding door was ajar. The victim entered the house and noticed every drawer and cupboard open and all the tv’s were taken off the wall, and three computers and two game systems were also taken. The victim’s two dogs were also out of the house. The value of the stolen items is $3,700.


TRESPASSING: Michael D. Haynes, 19, of Middleport was charged by State Police at 2 p.m. Monday with trespassing. He was released on an appearance ticket.


MSICHIEF: A victim reported that the rear window of her car was smashed out while it was parked outside 2954 Upper Mountain Road sometime between 11 p.m. Thursday and 8:25 a.m. Friday. Damage was estimated at $900.