Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport
TRESPASS: Keith G. Dobucki, 34, 280 Willow St. Apt. 60 was charged Thursday with criminal trespass, obstruction of governmental administration, resisting arrest and second-degree criminal contempt. The police were called to Walnut Street at 3:10 a.m. for a report of a man trying to enter a residence. According to the arrest report, Dobucki appeared intoxicated and said he wanted to get his clothes. He became combative and was taken into custody, police said. Dobucki tried to enter through the storm cellar door. The victim, who has a valid limited order of protection, requested a full order of protection and would like to pursue criminal charges.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Becca R. Bliemeister, 20, 603 Park Ave. Apt. 3 was charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday. According to the report, the police saw several females leaving the area, when Bliemeister and another woman were stopped and interviewed. They said they got into a fight with two other women. One of the woman reported being kicked in the face by a man and received a bloody nose. She signed harassment information which was submitted to the Lockport City Court for a warrant. While leaving the area, Bliemeister yelled an obscenity at one of the women. She was taken into custody.
MENACING: Jason E. Spivey, 24, 70 Harvey St. Apt. 3 was charged Wednesday with second-degree criminal contempt, third-degree menacing and fourth-degree criminal mischief. According to the report, Spivey kicked and punched the victim’s vehicle on Outwater Park at 5:15 p.m. as she tried to leave the area. The victim has an order of protection against Spivey. He was arrested without incident on Hawley Street at 6 p.m.
LOUD MUSIC: Joseph W. Parris, 28, 5 Bewley Place was charged with loud music Wednesday. The alleged offense took place on on Pine Street in the impact zone. Parris was stopped on Walnut Street at 5:15 p.m.
Town of Lockport
DAMAGE: A Wheeler Road man told deputies Wednesday his kids heard a loud noise outside, like a vehicle squealing its tires. The victim checked and saw an unknown vehicle struck his mailbox, knocking it back 20 feet into the yard. The vehicle took off east at a high rate of speed. The mailbox was $75.
DWI: Elizabeth M. Carmichael, 44, 2759 Caledonia St., was charged Wednesday afternoon with driving while intoxicated. Deputies said they found Carmichael parked in front of Newfane Middle School on Transit Road, sitting in the driver’s seat with the engine running. An open container of beer, along with a glass of ice, were noticed in the vehicle by deputies, the report said. Carmichael reportedly said she was waiting to pick her kids up from school. She reportedly had glassy eyes and smelled like alcohol. Field sobriety test determined she was intoxicated, according to deputies. Her blood alcohol content was .10 percent. Carmichael was arrested and remanded to Niagara County Jail in lieu of $250 bail and is to return to Tuesday to Newfane Town Court.
LARCENY: A New Road woman told Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday an unknown person took a ceramic outdoor fireplace from in front of her home. The fireplace was located in a wooded area across the road and was completely destroyed, the report said. It was valued at $180.
FIRE: Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies said Wednesday a lawn mower caught fire on Braley Road. The vehicle was parked close to the house, but the fire was extinguished by deputies and Ransomville Fire Co. The fire caused minor smoke damage to the house, but the house did not catch fire, the report said.