Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport
POSSESSION: Terry E. Tennyson Jr. 30, 111 Cottage St. Apt. 3 was charged with seventh-degree possession of a controlled substance on Friday. The Niagara County Drug Task Force execucted a search warrant at 8:45 a.m. on Cottage Street. Drug paraphenalia and $567 was found and seized, officers said. A struggle ensued and Tennyson tried to break away. Tennyson was taken to the ground and a clear plastic bag was observed between his buttocks, the report said. The contents field tested for cocaine.
DWI: Michael S. Dubuc II, 45, 552 Chew Road, Sanborn was charged with failure to keep right, driving while intoxicated and an equipment violation Friday. According to the arrest report, Dubuc was stopped at 2:58 a.m. on South Transit for a traffic violation. According to police, Dubuc had glassy eyes, slurred speech and there was an odor of alcohol. He failed field sobriety tests and registered .18 percent blood alcohol content.
HARASSMENT: Travis Steven Johnson, 20, 14 St. Nicholas Drive, New York City was charged with second degree harassment Thursday. The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a harassment at 3:51 p.m on Saunders Settlement Road. According to the report, the victim stated that Johnson slapped him in the face and threatened him. The alleged victim, a 21-year-old Buffalo resident, wished to pursue harassment charges and seek an order of protection against Johnson. Johnson was placed into custody without incident. After arraignment, Johnson was taken back to the Niagara County Community College dormitories without incident.
Town of Lockport
BURGLARY: A Willowbrook Drive resident reported he noticed a man crawling out of a neighbor’s window Thursday. The suspect was described as a man about 20 years old, shaved head with a short facial beard. The suspect was wearing a shiny red jacket and blue jeans. It is believed that when the resident returned home, the suspect was interrupted, which caused him to exit through a bedroom window. Two bottles of prescribed medication had been removed from a dresser drawer. A bottle of approximately 90 pills of Vicodin and approximately 30 pills of 2.5mg Xanax had been removed. The cost of repair for the screen window was estimated at $30.